Leicester City travel north to Bramall Lane to play the second of two consecutive away league matches as they face Sheffield United.
The fixture on Saturday comes off the back of a 1-1 draw against Chelsea last weekend.
After a ropey first twenty minutes, it was Leicester who looked in control at Stamford Bridge and the Foxes may feel they should have come away with all three points.
Sheffield present a different challenge for Leicester. It is the first time this season Brendan Rodgers side will face a newly promoted team.
The Blades have had a good start to life in the Premier League, opening the season with a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth, followed by a 1-0 home win over Crystal Palace last weekend.
Leicester have started their first two matches in a 4-3-3 formation, with two defensive midfielders in Wilfred Ndidi and Hamza Choudhury starting in those games.
However, Rodgers may feel to go with a more attacking approach on Saturday. The likes of Dennis Praet, Harvey Barnes and Marc Albrighton could step in to Choudhury’s place in the team.
Whether Rodgers decides to move James Maddison back to a central position could be the deciding factor on who comes into the side.
Here’s how we predict Leicester will line-up:
GK: Kasper Schmeichel
Schmeichel made a couple of good saves at Stamford Bridge, and should start again on Saturday. Danny Ward has been pushing him for his spot since joining last summer.
RB: Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo has started the season well and once again looks dangerous going forward. The Portuguese defender caught the eye against Chelsea.
CB: Jonny Evans
Evans hasn’t put a foot wrong so far this season and should be one of the first names on the team sheet. He was excellent last season and has carried his form over into the current campaign.
CB: Caglar Soyuncu
After the start to the season he’s had, it seems as though Leicester won’t need to worry about finding a replacement for Harry Maguire.
LB: Christian Fuchs
Rodgers said it is unlikely Ben Chilwell will be fit to start against Sheffield during his press conference on Thursday. The Leicester boss also praised Christian Fuchs for his performance against Chelsea.
DM: Wilfred Ndidi
Ndidi has been one of Leicester best performers through the first two games. He made up for his unfortunate mistake with a goal last weekend and remains a very important piece in this Leicester side.
CM: Youri Tielemans
Tielemans has had a slow start to the season. Leicester fans are still waiting to see some excellent performances he displayed while on loan last season.
CM: James Maddison
Maddison was man of the match last time out and was one of the main reasons for Leicester’s dominant second half. He may be moved back to a more central role if Rodgers decides to take a more attacking approach.
RW: Ayoze Perez
Perez has failed to make much of an impact at his new club to start the season. However, it was a tricky first two fixtures for Leicester, so possibly we will see more from Perez soon.
ST: Jamie Vardy
Growing up a Sheffield Wednesday fan, Vardy will be eager to score this weekend.
LW: Marc Albrighton
If Maddison is moved to a central midfield role, Albrighton will be the favourite to come into the team. Albrighton has been a reliable player for Leicester over the years.