Leicester City travel to west London on Wednesday to play a Fulham side who sit bottom of the Premier League.
The Foxes are unbeaten in five league games, having kept three clean sheets in the process.
Leicester sit just one point behind seventh place Manchester United as they close in on the top six.
With several injury doubts here's a look at how Leicester City might line up for the clash:
3. Goalkeeper and Defenders
Kasper Schmeichel (GK) - Very much a leader on the pitch as he assesses and commands his side from the back. The Dane has proved his place as one of the best keepers in the League and will no doubt be in goal for Wednesday.
Ricardo Pereira (RB) - The right back will be hoping to continue his form after a man of the match performance in Leicester's 2-0 win over Watford.
Jonny Evans (CB) - With Englishman Harry Maguire likely missing through injury Jonny Evans will step in as deputy.
Caglar Soyuncu (CB) - With Wes Morgan seen limping off the pitch against Watford, this may be the chance for the Turkish international to make a rare appearance in the starting lineup.
Ben Chilwell (LB) - Chilwell has had an excellent season so far, topped off as he earned himself an England cap.
Wilfred Ndidi (CDM) - Ndidi's is Leicester's drive in midfield. His work rate and energy makes him the perfect all-rounder as he marshals in front of his defence. He can drive from deep and go from box to box supporting the attack when needed.
Namplys Mendy (CDM) - Mendy will likely play a similar role to Ndidi, the two will sit as the deeper midfield players and offer security and ability behind Leicester's more creative threats.
Marc Albrighton (RM) - Albrighton's energy down the right provides much needed support to Jamie Vardy, he often provides crosses and has a good delivery from set pieces.
James Maddison (CAM) - Maddison has enjoyed a good start to his Leicester career despite a red card against Brighton. He has shown his creativity, and even an eye for goal himself with four league goals this season.
Demarai Gray (LM) - Gray's pace means he is often first in line to link up with Vardy up front. His direct pace and dribbling causes problems when he gets one on one with defenders.
Kelechi Iheanacho (ST) - With the absence of star striker, Jamie Vardy, Iheanacho will be tasked with leading the line. Although he doesn't quite possess the pace of Vardy he will still run the channels, holding up the ball. He likes to bring his midfielders into play with clever link up and lay-offs.