There are a number of injury problems for Leicester City ahead of their clash with Aston Villa, and that’s before those returning from international duty have been evaluated. Ahead of the fixture at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, here is the complete summary of the news of the injury, with manager Brendan Rodgers to provide a new update on his news conference on Friday. The right side has spent seven months without offering after surgery on the knee after ACL damage against Aston Villa in March, but he is nearing a return. “It’s still some time away, but it’s great for him to be in the field in recent days,” Rodgers said last month.
“He has worked tirelessly in the gym in this period and I hope that is now on the lawn, you can go ahead with the rehabilitation.” Still a period of four to five weeks away, but let’s see how the recovery high numbers these next weeks. “
After undergoing hip surgery in the summer, James Maddison has been provided in this time and that is about to begin a match of the Premier League. It seemed his chance may come against West Ham, but strained calf left him out. Since there were trained and then only lost an aptitude test, the club will be hoping that the break fifteen day he would have time to recover.
Dennis Praet off against Manchester City with knee problem, which left him out after the defeat against West Ham.
He trained in the run-fixing, but, according to Rodgers, “did not have the confidence or stability” in the knee, so it was not risky. However, he still went with the team of Belgium, and has been training. He was on the bench for their friendly against Ivory Coast, but then was left out of the squad that faced England at the weekend.