Leicester City host Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon as they hope to extend their unbeaten start to the season.
City have started the Premier League season with two draws and a win from their opening three games.
Their undefeated league form was followed by a penalty shoot-out victory over Newcastle United in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night.
Brendan Rodgers kept to his word of wanting to give cup competitions real go this season by naming a strong side for the trip to St. James’ Park.
Dennis Praet and Jonny Evans were the only players from Leicester’s previous game against Sheffield United not to start in mid-week.
Harvey Barnes winner after coming off the bench last weekend may have earned him a chance in the starting line-up for the visit of the Cherries.
Rodgers did confirm in his press conference on Friday that both Wilfred Ndidi and Ben Chilwell will be returning to the squad this weekend after missing out last week through injury.
Here is how we predict Leicester will line-up:
GK: Kasper Schmeichel
Kasper Schmeichel was the hero on Wednesday night as he saved two of the penalties in the shoot-out against Newcastle.
RB: Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo has looked as big a threat as ever going forwards and is always a handful for opposition defenders.
CB: Jonny Evans
Evans was one of the few players rested from the start on Wednesday night and should come straight back into the side on Saturday.
CB: Caglar Soyuncu
Soyuncu has quickly become a fan favourite at Leicester this season. The centre-back has been in fine form in the Premier League.
LB: Ben Chilwell
Rodgers confirmed that Chilwell will be available again at the weekend after missing Leicester last three games. Although, Rodgers did also talk up the performances of Christian Fuchs in Chilwell’s absence.
DM: Wilred Ndidi
Ndidi is another player who will be returning to the squad this week. Hamza Choudhury played brilliantly in Ndidi’s place against Sheffield, however we will have to see if Rodgers opts to play two defensive midfielders against Bournemouth.
CM: Youri Tielemans
Tielemans has yet to hit the form he was in while on loan last season, but it shouldnt’ take long for his talent to come through.
CM: James Maddison
Maddison’s great start to the season has finally earned him a long overdue England call-up.
RW: Ayoze Perez
Perez may be running out of chances to show what he has to offer after the summer signing has failed to make much of an impression since his arrival. Rodgers may already be tempted to put the ever-reliable Marc Albrighton back into the side.
ST: Jamie Vardy
Vardy scored the winning penalty against Newcastle after scoring his first goal of the season away to Sheffield last weekend.
LW: Harvey Barnes
Barnes winner last weekend could see him put in from the start against Bournemouth.