The latest news and information for Leicester City v Sheffield Wednesday as the pair meet in the EFL Championship on Tuesday night.
The clash will be shown live on the Sky Sports Red Button on Tuesday 13th March 2024, to customers who subscribe to the service in the UK.
Swansea City v Leeds United will be played at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, with the game kicking-off at 19:45 GMT.
Leicester City will be hoping to take advantage of Sheffield Wednesday's relegation concerns and further strengthen their title aspirations at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday.
Leicester have been in superb form this season, but did drop points in the reverse fixture at Hillsborough in November when Jeff Hendrick's stoppage time effort secured the Owls a share of the spoils.
Whilst there was little to separate them last time out, there's been little to separate them over the years too, with Sheffield Wednesday winning 42 of the 111 meetings in all competition; just two more than Leicester (40).
29 games, including the 1-1 draw almost four months ago, have ended in stalemate, although it's Enzo Maresca's men who are the big favourites to secure maximum spoils this week having won four league games on the spin.
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Leicester City will once again be without key striker Kelechi Iheanacho with the Nigerian only set to return to the UK late on Monday following his AFCON exploits.
He will be joined on the sidelines by midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, Marc Albrighton and Jannik Vestergaard - all of whom are nursing injuries.
Sheffield Wednesday's injury concerns have worsened this week with the news that star frontman Callum Paterson will likely miss the next 10 weeks of action after undergoing surgery on his knee.
Manager Danny Rohl confirmed the news in his pre-match press conference, saying: “Pato had a knee operation, so it’s difficult to say. It could be April, it’s long term.
"In our situation we need everybody, and Callum is an experienced guy with fighting relegation, but this is what we cannot change. We have to move forward with the injuries.”
Paterson joins the likes of Josh Windass, John Buckley and Dominic Iorfa on the treatment table with the trio also set to miss out on Tuesday's match.