Date:Tuesday November 25 2008
Leicester will be looking to cement their place at the top of League One as bottom club Crewe visit the Walkers later this evening.
The away side are 11 games without a win and will be eager to take some points againt the Foxes who sit comfortably at the top of the tree after their 2-1 victory over Scunthorpe on Saturday.
Leicester City Manager Nigel Pearson (from LCFC OS): 'It's another chance to claim three points in front of our own supporters. We have got to stay focused on the task ahead. We will be going all out for a win on Tuesday night'.
Crewe Manager Dario Gradi (from Crewe OS): 'We know we are rated as rank outsiders to get a result at Leicester but I've heard that before. We are realistic that it will be difficult to go there and get a result against what is the current top team in this league but we have done it before'.
Leicester could be without right back Marc Edworthy and goalkeeper Paul Henderson who both struggled with minor injuries in Saturday's win at Scunthorpe.
Michael O'Connor will be back in contention following his suspension for five yellow cards.
Striker Calvin Zola is a doubt, and Stuart Green remains ruled out of contention.
One definite change will see Stuart Tomlinson replace Steve Collins.
Crewe are still looking for their first away win of the season as they travel to the Walkers tonight.
Leicester on the other hand have lost just one at home this season.
Crewe have the worst goals conceded away in League One this season. Subsequently, Leicester have the best defensive record at home.
Top scorers (League One):
Leicester: Matty Fryatt (13)
Crewe: Tom Pope (5)
G L Ward
Leicester 2-0 Crewe Alexandra
Leicester: 6/12/08 - Southend (H)
Crewe: 6/12/08 - Cheltenham (A)
Date:Tuesday November 25 2008
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