Leicester v Wolves: match preview

There has been one goal in the past four meetings between Leicester and Wolves but Saturday’s encounter promises to be very different. Bruno Lage has been hired to turn Wolves into a vibrant attacking force and, with Leicester’s defence not at full strength, he will hope to start as he means to go on. But he may be concerned about his own defenders, too, as a lack of summer reinforcements raises questions about their ability to play the high-pressing style that Lage likes. Leicester are well equipped to profit from any transitional pains. Paul Doyle

Saturday 3pm

Venue King Power Stadium

Last season Leicester 1 Wolves 0

Referee Craig Pawson

Last season G23 Y79 R3 3.57 cards/game

Odds H 13-17 A 9-2 D 3-1

Subs from Ward, Jakupovic, Thomas, Benkovic, Albrighton, Castagne, Soumaré, Pérez, Daka, Choudhury, Dewbsury-Hall, Praet

Doubtful Castagne (face)

Injured Evans (ankle, Sep), Justin (knee, unknown), Fofana (calf, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y61 R0 (last season)

Leading scorer Vardy 15 (last season)

Subs from Ruddy, Söndergaard, Hoever, Gibbs-White, Marçal, Moutinho, Otasowie, Perry, Silva, Jordão, Cutrone

Doubtful None

Injured Boly (hamstring, 29 Aug), Neto (knee, unknown), Podence (groin, unknown), Jonny (knee, unknown), Mosquera (hamstring, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y54 R1 (last season)

Leading scorers Neto, Neves 5 (last season)