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Leicester go 3-5-2

Leicester go 3-5-2

Leicester line-up with a new 3-5-2 formation in the 3rd round of the league cup with Villa

Manager Gary Megson has gone for the formation with which City finished with against Charlton at the weekend.

N'Gotty and Kishishev who came on at half-time in that match start with Alan Sheehan and Carl Cort making way. Ian Hume moves back into the attack having previously played on the right side of a four man midfield.

Alan Maybury and Darren Kenton make their first appearences in the City squad after both were transfer listing in the summer by former manager Martin Allen.



Villa boss Martin O'Neill makes 6 changes to the side which started their 2-0 win over Everton was former City keeper Stuart Taylor starting.

Full match report will follow after the game

Full Team News:

City: Fulop, Stearman, N'Gotty, Kisnorbo, McAuley, Mattock, Clemence, Kishishev, Chambers, Hume, Fryatt.
Subs: Henderson, Campbell, Sheehan, Maybury, Kenton.

Villa: Taylor, Mellberg, Barry, Harewood, Agbonlahor, Davies, Knight, Petrov, Reo-Coker, Osbourne, Maloney.
Subs: Carson, Young, Moore, Berger, Gardner.



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Date:Wednesday September 26 2007
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