LEICESTER welcome Slavia Prague to the King Power looking to continue their Europa League campaign.
The sides played out a goalless draw in the first leg, but Brendan Rodgers' men will be confident after a run of six games unbeaten.
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- James Orr
Leicester have managed just one win from their last eight away games in European competition (D3 L4), though they did manage their first clean sheet on the road in Europe since November 2016 (0-0 v FC København in the UEFA Champions League).
Leicester are now unbeaten in their last 10 away games in all competitions (W6 D4), their longest run without defeat on the road since December 2015 (14).
Brendan Rodgers has seen his sides fail to score in each of his five away games in the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League, with this his first such match as Leicester City boss (2 with Liverpool, 2 with Celtic).
- James Orr
LEICESTER CITY V SLAVIA PRAGUE
- James Orr
Welcome to our live blog of Leicester City v Slavia Prague
Leicester host Slavia Prague in the second leg of their last 32 Europa League tie tonight, the two teams are locked at 0-0 after their first encounter last week.
The Foxes go into tonight’s game on the back of a win over Aston Villa on Sunday which kept Brendan Rodgers side third in the Premier League.
Slavia Prague are currently 12 games unbeaten and eight points clear at the top of the Czech league.
Rodgers is likely to field a strong side tonight, only resting players who have recently returned from injury.
Ricardo Pereira and Timothy Castagne fall into that category, and Kelechi Iheanacho misses out due to a one-match suspension.
James Justin (knee), Ayoze Perez (knee), Dennis Praet (hamstring) and Wesley Fofana (hamstring) also remain side-lined for the Foxes.
Cengiz Under could deputise for James Maddison after Rodgers confirmed the playmaker will be unavailable due to injury.
Jakub Hromada is expected to step in for Tomas Holes after the midfielder picked up an injury during the first leg.
Slavia Prague boss Jindrich Trpisovsky is likely to name a similar side to the one which held Leicester in the first leg.
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