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Leicester boss Claude Puel says Danny Simpson and Wes Morgan will not be fit for their FA Cup replay with Fleetwood.

Both are recovering from hamstring injuries, but striker Jamie Vardy is in line to meet his former club.

Fleetwood boss Uwe Rosler urged his players to take inspiration from Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday.

“I told the players look at Liverpool, how they addressed the game. Have a go and no regrets afterwards,” he said.

“I believe [Leicester will] fancy themselves at their place. At the King Power on a good big pitch they probably fancy themselves to play through the lines, push us back and cause us big problems, and probably they will.”

But he said his side should follow Liverpool’s example and be “fearless, brave and on the front foot. Why not learn from the best?”

Foxes boss Puel added that a knock Matty James sustained in the 0-0 draw at Chelsea was “not serious”, while new signing Fousseni Diabate, a 22-year-old midfielder, is not eligible for this tie.

Vardy, 31, missed out on the opportunity to face his former club with a groin injury when the original third-round tie was played, but Puel said: “I can say he will be in the squad.”



Leicester City have won 16 of their past 18 FA Cup home games against lower league opposition (D1 L1), winning each of their past five at the King Power.

In contrast, Fleetwood’s only FA Cup away win against opponents from a higher division came in December 2011, beating third tier Yeovil 2-0 whilst in the non-league.

After missing the first match through injury, Jamie Vardy is expected to appear in the replay against his former side. He scored 31 goals in 36 games in his one season with Fleetwood Town in the National League, helping them win promotion before signing for Leicester.

The Foxes have only won two of their past seven FA Cup replays (L5), with one of those wins coming as recently as February last year in the fourth round.

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