M'boro v Leicester preview
Team news ahead of Saturday afternoon's Championship clash between Middlesbrough and Leicester at the Riverside Stadium.
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray will hope for some good news on the injury front ahead of the game.
Mowbray made 11 changes for Tuesday night's Capital One Cup victory at Preston, but several of them were enforced.
He will run the rule over his walking wounded before he makes his final decision, but will be keeping his fingers crossed that the likes of Jason Steele, Justin Hoyte, Jonathan Woodgate, Grant Leadbitter and Ishmael Miller, who all missed the trip to Deepdale, are available.
Steele and Leadbitter (both calf), Hoyte and Woodgate (both hamstring) and Miller (groin) are all being assessed as is Adam Reach, who has sat out the last three games with an ankle problem.
Rhys Williams (ankle ligaments) and Curtis Main (knee ligaments) are in the early stages of rehabilitation after undergoing surgery and will be sidelined for some time yet.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson will travel to his former club with an unchanged squad.
The Foxes suffered no new injuries during the 3-1 home win over Hull - another of Pearson's old employers - on Sunday.
Richie Wellens remains the only absentee as the 32-year-old midfielder continues to build up his fitness and make good progress in his recovery from knee surgery.
Pearson, who spent four years as a player with Boro during which time he captained the club to two promotions, three cup final defeats and suffered relegation, has options should he wish to make changes to his starting XI.
Fit-again defender Zak Whitbread, midfielders Andy King and Lloyd Dyer and strikers Martyn Waghorn, Jeff Schlupp and Marko Futacs were among the substitutes against Hull.
Leicester have been beaten 2-1 in all three Championship away matches so far this season.