Neilson back for Town tussle

Right-back Robbie Neilson will return from suspension to make his Leicester debut against Ipswich at Portman Road on Saturday.

Last Updated: 14/08/09 at 12:24

Neilson: Should take on Ipswich

Neilson: Should take on Ipswich

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The summer signing from Hearts has served a two-match ban carried over from last season for his disciplinary misdemeanours north of the border.

Midfielder Andy King comes back into contention after missing the Foxes' midweek Carling Cup win at Macclesfield while away on international duty with the Wales Under-21 squad.

Bulgarian defender Aleksandar Tunchev was also absent for the first-round tie at Moss Rose while away with his country, but having only recently returned from a cruciate ligament injury he is still lacking fitness.

Following Leicester's impressive start to the season, manager Nigel Pearson said: "I am delighted to be going into the Ipswich game with two wins from our first two matches."

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