Boss confirms fresh injury doubts as Leicester starting XI predicted

Unfortunately for Leicester City, manager of the Foxes Enzo Maresca has confirmed some fresh injury doubts ahead of the match versus Plymouth Argyle at King Power Stadium on Saturday. Speaking of KPS, the Italian believes it is important that the team is back at its home. In addition to covering that aspect of the LCFC squad, and predicting the lineup, Foxes of Leicester also list the remaining topics from the boss's Friday press conference.

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Maresca has revealed that there are other Leicester injury concerns aside from Callum Doyle at present. Although, nobody seemed to be identified. FoL's expect XI is below, nevertheless:

Mads Hermansen; James Justin, Wout Faes, Jannik Vestergaard, Hamza Choudhury; Harry Winks; Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Wilfred Ndidi; Stephy Mavididi, Kasey McAteer; Jamie Vardy.

Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca relishing King Power Stadium return as fans' importance highlighted

The former Manchester City staff member has been in full control on Filbert Way for a little while now. And, in general, the man from Italy is doing brilliantly in his first English managerial appointment. I actually admire his slightly brief and occasionally terse presser style; another characteristic that Maresca shares with the great teacher Pep Guardiola, his ex-colleague, or superior.

So, let's dive right into what Maresca spoke to the media about at LCFC's Seagrave training base on Friday afternoon. First of all, the one-time Parma chief talked of the home stadium. He requested the Foxes fans' vocal support this coming weekend. December is a tricky month for Championship football, says the 43-year-old, therefore, diligently, he doesn't want his men distracted.

Other subjects that were covered include: the January transfer window, Stephy Mavididi, the opposition, Ben Nelson's new contract and his Coaches Voice Masterclass. You can read more on those matters here.