Fully-fit Foxes face Seasiders

Leicester boss Nigel Pearson has a virtually full-strength squad available for the home clash with Blackpool in the Championship on Saturday.

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The international break has allowed strikers Steve Howard and Martyn Waghorn to make a full recovery from recent hamstring problems and they will both be available.

Both played in the Foxes' last outing at Newcastle, and Pearson said: "They came through the game at Newcastle well.

"Steve played the full 90 minutes which was good for him and good for us to have the majority of players available."

Meanwhile, midfielder Stephen Clemence has stepped up his bid for fitness following an 18-month injury lay-off.

Clemence has resumed full training and now hopes to get his career back on track with the Foxes after missing out on last season's title-winning campaign after snapping his Achilles in March of last year.

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