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Leicester predicted lineup vs Chelsea - Premier League

Matt O'Connor-Simpson
Rodgers will be looking to impress his former employers
Rodgers will be looking to impress his former employers / Paul Harding/GettyImages

Leicester will be looking to make it three spins on the bounce when they travel to the capital to take on Chelsea in the Premier League on Thursday evening.

Back-to-back victories have brought something close to a feel-good factor back to the King Power Stadium in recent weeks following the Foxes' disappointing Europa Conference League semi-final exit at the hands of Roma.

Here is the starting XI Brendan Rodgers should go with ahead of his side's last away game of the season...

Leicester (3-4-2-1)

Kasper Schmeichel (GK) - Danny Ward was handed a very rare start last time out but Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that the skipper will return at Stamford Bridge.

Wesley Fofana (CB) - Fofana has been superb since his return from injury. A player Chelsea should try and sign if they have any sense this summer.

Jonny Evans (CB) - Starting to look his age, but a good organiser and calming influence in the backline.

James Justin (CB) - Daniel Amartey is an option for this spot, but Rodgers will likely want to keep putting minutes into Justin's leg.

Marc Albrighton (RWB) - Albrighton has scarcely featured in recent weeks and will provide some energy down the right.

Youri Tielemans (CM) - Leicester seem to be preparing for life without Tielemans. He will leave a significant void at the club.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (CM) - Fresh from securing the Players' Player of the Season award, Dewsbury-Hall will be eager to keep up his good form as he targets an unlikely England call up.

Timothy Castagne (LWB) - His versatility means he will not miss a beat despite being moved onto his 'weaker' side.

James Maddison (RF) - Recently crowned Leicester's Player of the Season, his numbers have gone under the radar somewhat this campaign.

Jamie Vardy (ST) - Back from injury and still Leicester's talisman. Just how long can he keep going?

Harvey Barnes (LF) - Has not quite pushed on as Leicester fans might have hoped this term. Still, he's seemed to hit his stride again recently.