Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has said that the Foxes have no new injury concerns ahead of their Premier League match against Chelsea on Saturday, with Jamie Vardy fit enough to start the game.
Frank Lampard’s men travel to the King Power Stadium looking to close the gap on their opponents, who sit in third place in the table, eight points ahead of the Blues.
While Chelsea had a week off, the Foxes were in midweek action when they crashed out of the Carabao Cup at the semi-final stage against Aston Villa.
Striker Vardy came on as a second-half substitute during the match after recovering from a glute injury sustained in the 4-1 win over West Ham United.
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Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Rodgers has given an update on his squad.
“Wes Morgan is still out,” he said, as reported by LeicestershireLive.
“We had a couple of minor knocks, but nothing serious. It will be the same squad.”
The Leicester manager also gave an update on Vardy’s condition after his substitute appearance.
“He was okay,” he added.
“We found no side effects after the game. He’s trained today and was good.”
When asked if the league’s top scorer could start the match, Rodgers’ reply was: “potentially.”