After adjusting his tactics last week for a remarkable win at Manchester City, Brendan Rodgers is likely to return to a more familiar method as he tries to prolong Leicester's strong start to the season. His attempt to dominate the game may lead to a first start to the season for James Maddison, whose performance from the bench last week suggested he has regained all his sharpness. West Ham also enters this game with an excellent result thanks to last week's 4-0 win over the Wolves. But Leicester should get through this match between two teams in good shape. Paul Doyle





Sunday lunchtime BT Sport 1


Venue King Power Stadium


Last season Leicester 4 West Ham 1


Referee Andy Madley


This season n / a


Odds H 7-10 A 4-1 D 3-1


LEICESTER


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Subs de Ward, Morgan, Amartey, Choudhury, Under, PĂ©rez, Iheanacho


Doubtful praet (knee)


Pereira injured (knee, November), Ndidi (groin, unknown)


None suspended


Discipline Y5 R0


WWW form


Top scorer Vardy 5


WESTERN HAM

Subs of Randolph, Martin, Diop, Alese, Ashby, Cullen, Coventry, Wilshere, Noble, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Felipe Anderson, Haller


Doubtful None


Fredericks injured (hamstring, Oct 17)


None suspended


Discipline Y3 R0


Form LLW


Top scorer Bowen 2

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