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Nigel Pearson has no new problems ahead of Crystal Palace's visit to the Walkers Stadium on Tuesday - but could make one or two changes.

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Foxes boss Pearson will choose from an unchanged squad but it remains to be seen whether he will make changes to his starting line-up.

The Foxes dominated against Derby on Saturday but had to settle for a point from a goalless draw after failing to find a way past a dogged Rams defence.

Pearson could opt to freshen up his strikeforce with on-loan Martyn Waghorn, Yann Kermorgant and DJ Campbell available as options. Paul Gallacher is also pushing for a recall in midfield.

Bulgarian defender Aleksandar Tunchev remains the only absentee as he recovers from another knee operation.

Following an impressive start to life back in the Championship, Leicester have stuttered recently after winning only one of their last six matches.

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