Date:Tuesday February 7 2006
It looks as if Leicester City may have the rare luxury of an almost full first team squad to choose from for their important Championship relegation clash at Brighton on Saturday.
Williams has had another week to recover from his ankle injury and deadleg, hamstring victim Danny Tiatto is back in training though is not likely to be selected, Nils Eric Johansson's injured foot is expected to be healed.
With the regular squad being relatively small now after the departure of Dublin and DeVries this will be a major boost for caretaker manager Rob Kelly who will also have Momo Sylla back from the African Cup of Nations.
It will also give Kelly a selection headache. Maybury is suspended so should he use Sylla or Hammond on the right or perhaps go 4-3-3?.
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