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City travel to Craven Cottage looking to avenge a 2-1 defeat against Fulham earlier in the season


Leicester City are back in action on Wednesday night when they travel down to London to take on Scott Parker’s Fulham.

City go into the game looking to instantly bounce back from a disappointing 3-1 home defeat against Leeds United in their last outing as they spurned the chance to go above Manchester United and into second place in the table.

Fulham came away from their game against West Brom with a point in a 2-2 draw.

Scott Parker’s men were 2-1 winners in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, something that City will be looking to put right when the two teams meet again.

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Leicester have a number of injury worries for the match, with Jamie Vardy and Wilfred Ndidi making their way back.

The duo missed the defeat against Leeds United on Sunday, although City manager Brendan Rodgers is hopeful that the former will be back for the weekend’s game vs Wolves.
Timothy Castagne is a doubt after being taken off at half-time vs Leeds, while defender Wesley Fofana suffered a hamstring problem in the same game

Club captain Wes Morgan will also be unavailable after being taken out of training due to a back problem. Dennis Praet is also continuing his recovery from a hamstring injury.

Fulham will be without two players, with Tom Cairney not expected to play due to a knee injury.

Parker is also expected to be without Terence Kongolo, who is recovering from a thigh problem

Fulham v Leicester City live stream, BT Sport, Wednesday 3 February, 6.00pm GMT
Leicester City want to get back to winning ways following a recent slump as they travel to relegation battling Fulham on Wednesday.

Brendan Rodgers’ side are in a strong position to clinch a Champions League spot this season, but a draw at Everton and defeat at home to Leeds United in their last two games have stalled their progress.

The home side’s form is much worse, though, as Fulham haven’t won a Premier League game since November, a run of 10 matches.

However, Scott Parker’s side have picked up seven draws in that time, including their last two games against West Brom and Brighton.

But the Craven Cottage club need to turn draws into victories as soon as possible if they hope to stay in the division, as they are currently 18th and seven points adrift of safety.

Leicester occupy fourth place, four points clear of West Ham in fifth and five points behind league leaders Manchester City.

The Fulham players will be bolstered by the memory of their last meeting with the Foxes in November, when they won 2-1 at the King Power thanks to goals from Ademola Lookman and Ivan Cavaleiro, one of just two league wins they have enjoyed this season.

But Parker’s side are without a home win in six attempts and face a Leicester side that boasts a fine away record, having gone five games unbeaten on the road.


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