Team news ahead of Tuesday night's Championship clash between Leicester and Burnley at the King Power Stadium.
Ben Marshall will be available for Leicester.
Marshall suffered a knock to the head during the 2-1 defeat at Millwall on Saturday but the winger trained on Monday and is likely to keep his place in the starting line-up.
It means the Foxes will go into the game, which they must win if they are to stand any chance of gatecrashing the play-offs, with an unchanged squad.
Neil Danns remains on the sidelines with the groin injury he sustained in training last week and the midfielder may miss the remainder of the season.
Danny Drinkwater, who scored after coming off the bench against Millwall, fellow midfielder Lloyd Dyer, defender Sean St. Ledger and forwards Steve Howard and Jeffery Schlupp are options for manager Nigel Pearson should he wish to make any changes.
Leicester go into the game six points adrift of Cardiff, who currently occupy the final play-off spot, with three matches left to play.
Burnley manager Eddie Howe has no new injury worries to contend with.
Marvin Bartley returned as a substitute when the Clarets drew 1-1 with Coventry on Saturday having missed the Easter Monday win over Doncaster with a hamstring injury.
Left-back Danny Lafferty was an unused substitute against the Sky Blues having been sidelined with a similar complaint and could push for a start at the King Power Stadium.
Forward duo Jay Rodriguez (hip) and Martin Paterson (hamstring) remain on the sidelines and may not be risked again this term with Burnley's play-off hopes all but over.
Heading into the game against Nigel Pearson's side, the Clarets are eight points outside the top six with three matches remaining.