Friday, 29 November 2013

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Leicester have Anthony Knockaert available again for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Millwall at the King Power Stadium.30th November 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT).
Knockaert missed last weekend's win at Ipswich as he served a one-match suspension for amassing five yellow cards but the French winger will be back in the squad against the Lions.
Full-back Ritchie De Laet, who resumed training last week after a shin injury, is available to manager Nigel Pearson but fellow defender Sean St Ledger (groin) and young striker Tom Hopper (shin) both face spells on the sidelines.
Matty James, Jeff Schlupp, Zoumana Bakayogo, Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Ignasi Miquel and Chris Wood give Pearson plenty of options should the City boss wish to make any changes to his starting XI.

Leicester City
• The Foxes have won 15 of 20 in all competitions this season, and have notched an unequalled 11 Championship victories, despite being in the middle of of three clubs at the top of the table on 35 points.
• Nigel Pearson's side still hold the only 100% record in Championship matches in which they scored first (won all eight), have recouped a joint divisional-best 10 points from losing positions, and have conceded a goal a game on average (16 in 16).
• They are yet to keep a clean sheet against a bottom-half club.
• Last Saturday's 1-0 home win over struggling Barnsley, ended the Lions' six-match winless sequence.
• They go to the King Power Stadium chasing a first win in five away league games, and only their second maximum on the road, to add to the victory at Charlton on 21 September.
• Steve Lomas has seen his south London charges score a goal a game on average on their league travels (eight in eight), but he has also witnessed more red cards for his players than any other Championship manager (four).

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