Four of the recently injured Leicester players are available to face Burnley

Leicester City

Leicester City players Patson Daka, James Maddison, Harvey Barnes, Luke Thomas, Caglar Soyuncu, Kelechi Iheanacho, Jannik Vestergaard, Boubakary Soumare and Ricardo Pereira (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

It’s about time that Leicester City began to receive some good luck, especially with a match against Burnley on the horizon. Thankfully four Foxes are back.

No longer will Leicester be without a recognised out-and-out striker. Over are the times when Jannik Vestergaard is the solitary centre-back fit for selection. Youth players playing at fullback won’t be occurring in the Premier League for Leicester as of yet; although some of the starlets such as Lewis Brunt were superb and deserve a chance already. And the centre of midfield is looking healthier with quality options again.

This is because Brendan Rodgers has deemed Patson Daka, Luke Thomas, Caglar Soyuncu and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall ready to come back into the team. All four missed the FA Cup showdown versus Claudio Ranieri’s Watford; a clash LCFC won easily. However, this news is particularly welcomed as Sean Dyche’s outfit is the upcoming, combative league opposition.

Prior to the Clarets contest, Rodgers conducted the obligatory press conference in which he spoke on a number of topics as usual. Foxes of Leicester has published more information on our website, so check there for updates.

“We’ve got Patson Daka back. Luke Thomas will be back. Çağlar Söyüncü will be back. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and James Justin too, which is great news for us.”

A fifth Leicester City man may make his long-awaited comeback

James Justin – the flying fullback once of Luton Town, who as swiftly as he moves became a club favourite due to some dynamic performances – is also fit once more. Justin had a successful run out with the LCFC Under-23 side recently and is considered primed.

The 23-year-old is a welcome addition to a currently diminished King power squad which seems to be shrinking in size on a weekly basis. In fact, the Fox can slot straight back into a starting position, if you ask me, following a few substitute appearances just to ensure that he is resilient after a lengthy recovery.