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Monday, February 27

TEAM NEWS Leicester vs Liverpool team news and likely line-ups: Reds hope to have Daniel Sturridge and Dejan Lovren back in squad

LIVERPOOL and Leicester hope to welcome a host of key players back into their squads for their Premier League showdown on Monday night.
The Reds will be aiming to capitalise on the chaos at Leicester when they visit the crisis-hit club four days after the sacking of Claudio Ranieri.

PREDICTED LINE-UPS

Dejan Lovren is back in training after a knee injury
Dejan Lovren is back in training after a knee injury

What is the latest Leicester team news?

Interim manager Craig Shakespeare will assess the fitness of strikers Islam Slimani (groin) and Leonardo Ulloa (thigh) ahead of the match.
Both players have returned to training but Shakespeare will analyse their sharpness after several weeks out.
Ranieri wants Ulloa to provide back-up for main targetman Islam Slimani

Leicester could really do with £30m striker Islam Slimani joining the battle
“I am expecting both of them to be fit,” he said. “Whether they are match fit, they will be assessed in the morning. I don’t know of other [injuries] at this stage.

What is the latest Liverpool team news?

Daniel Sturridge and Dejan Lovren are on the road to recovery but while they should make the squad,  neither is expected to start Monday’s match.
England striker Sturridge was sent home from the team’s warm weather training camp in La Manga because of a virus and was expected to return to the club on Friday afternoon after a week off.
Daniel Sturridge was woeful in front of goal as Liverpool crashed out of the EFL Cup

Daniel Sturridge is recovering from a virus
Croatia defender Lovren, who missed the last two matches with a knee problem, is further ahead. He should return to full training on Saturday after being helped by a specialist in Germany during the week.
Dutch midfielder Gini Wijnaldum is fit to play despite suffering a heavy blow to the calf in training earlier in the week.
Forward Danny Ings is out for the season after undergoing knee surgery in November.

When is Leicester v Liverpool?

The match at the King Power Stadium kicks off at 8pm on Monday February 27.

Where can I watch it?

It will be shown live on Sky Sports 1, with coverage starting at 7pm.
The goals will be available to watch on the Sun Football app as they go in.

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