Early season surprise package Leicester City will be full of confidence as they seek to keep their 100% record going against Tottenham at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes made headlines this week with the impressive capture of Gokhan Inler from Napoli for £3m. The Switzerland international could make his debut on Saturday if his registration is completed in time.
Christian Fuchs picked up a knock in training on Thursday but should be fit to face Spurs, but Matty James remains out with a knee problem. Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has recovered from the illness that kept him out of last weekend’s win at West Ham.
Tottenham could hand a debut to new striker Clinton Njie, who signed from Lyon this week to provide competition for Harry Kane, who scored a hat-trick the last time these two sides met in March.
Winger Andros Townsend will miss the trip to the East Midlands despite recovering from a shoulder injury, as he has picked a knee injury in training.
Spurs are hoping to bounce back after throwing away a 2-0 lead at home to Stoke last weekend.
League Position: Leicester – 2nd; Tottenham – 14th
Last Meeting: Tottenham 4-3 Leicester, March 21, 2015
Form: Leicester – WW; Tottenham – DL
Key Men: Leicester – Riyad Mahrez; Tottenham – Nacer Chadli
Shoot says: Leicester 1-1 Tottenham