Leicester City return to Premier League action on Sunday afternoon as Newcastle United visit the King Power Stadium.
The home side will be looking to build off of what was a good week, beating Spurs in an excellent comeback win last weekend, followed by an impressive 4-0 away win over Luton Town in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night.
The main concern for Brendan Rodgers this weekend is the fitness of James Maddison.
The young midfielder put in a man of the match performance against Spurs, capping it off with a superb long range finish to give his side the win.
Moments after scoring the match winner Maddison planted his ankle awkwardly into the turf, causing immediate discomfort and was left to hobble around the pitch for the final minutes of the match.
When asked for an update on Maddison in his press conference on Friday, Rodgers said there is a chance he will be involved on Sunday. Whether that will be from the start or on the bench remains to be seen.
Here’s how we think Leicester will line-up:
GK: Kasper Schmeichel
Schmeichel was rested during the week for the trip to Luton, but should be back in the Foxes’ net on Sunday.
RB: Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo found the net for the first time this season against Spurs to get his side back in the game.
CB: Jonny Evans
Evans has had a very good start to the season, with the experienced defender rarely putting a foot wrong and he is certain to keep his place in the side despite playing midweek.
CB: Caglar Soyuncu
Evans centre-back partner has also impressed to start the season. Soyuncu has put to rest any concerns of problems at the back after the sale of Harry Maguire and he has made the spot his own.
LB: Ben Chilwell
Chilwell was another member of the side rested in the week, but should be a sure bet to feature against Newcastle.
DM: Wilfred Ndidi
Ndidi had a great start to the season, his ability to consistently win the ball back continues to impress.
CM: Youri Tielemans
Tielemans has started to look like the player we saw last season in the past couple of weeks after a slow start.
CM: Dennis Praet
If Maddison isn’t risked from the start then Praet seem to be the most suitable replacement. Hamza Choudhury is another option, however, he may be too defensive for a game against a Newcastle side who will sit back.
RW: Marc Albrighton
Albrighton had a good game against Luton during the week, and may take the starting spot of Ayoze Perez, who hasn’t impressed to start the season and may miss out against his former club.
LW: Harvey Barnes
Barnes should keep his place in the side, unless Rodgers decides to give Demarai Gray another shot at a league start after impressing against Luton.
ST: Jamie Vardy
Vardy is the safest bet to start for Leicester every week he’s fit.