Swansea City will be 'welcomed' to King Power Stadium this week. And Leicester are clear favourites for the match. But will the home side be able to call upon some of its most favourite injured players, such as striker Patson Daka and midfield stalwart Wilfred Ndidi?:
"'He did very good', Maresca said last Friday when discussing Daka’s performances at Afcon. 'I watched some moments of the game. He continued in the way he was doing here. I’m very sorry for him for his international team, but I’m very happy for us because he can be back very soon. He has done very good there and hopefully he can continue with us. For Tuesday, hopefully yes (he will be involved).'
Meanwhile, Leicester Mercury say this on Ndidi:
'Wilfred Ndidi’s injury will indeed keep him out until potentially early April'."
What Roberto De Zerbi said when quizzed over Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall
Losing Dewsbury-Hall would be a real blow for Leicester. Truly. That scenario would be especially brutal and possibly detrimental at this delicate stage of the season with a whole lot on the line. City are really on the precipice of a huge moment if they continue in a similarly electrifying manner, in general, for a few months.
Leaving the Championship behind would be magnificent as the Foxes hopefully fly back into the big time for 2024/25. Yet having 'KDH' involved would make the task much easier in my opinion. It wouldn't be the be all and end all of the campaign if a team such as Brighton snapped up the Leicester City Football Club Academy graduate. Although, he is one of the standout assets among his LCFC teammates. So, what did De Zerbi say, exactly when asked?:
"I don't know anything about him (the proposed deal). I know him as a player. He has great quality, but it's not my business speaking about other (club's) players."