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Where: The King Power Stadium.
When: Friday 10 January, 19.45 GMT.
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Championship leaders Leicester City host in-form Derby County at the King Power Stadium in the first second tier clash of the weekend.
Under Nigel Pearson’s guidance the Foxes have been surprising this season and are currently four points clear of second placed Burnley.
Derby meanwhile are rejuvenatd since Steve McClaren took over as manager and the club have marched on the play-off places in recent weeks and reside in fourth.
The pair have already met twice this term, with Leicester winning on both occasions with a 0-1 league victory in August followed by a League Cup triumph a month later.
The Rams have also lost their last two games, whilst the hosts are on a brilliant run which sees them unbeaten in nine and Pearson’s men also have the joint best home record in the division.
Leicester expect Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Danny Drinkwater, Ignasi Miquel and Matty James to be fit and available and striker Chris Wood is back in training after a month-long absence and is possibly in contention.
For the away team midfielder Craig Bryson is expected to be fit and Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford will be hoping to make his debut.
However, captain Richard Keogh [knee] and striker Johnny Russell [cheek] are out injured.