Pearson may tinker for Rovers trip

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson could opt to shuffle his pack for the Foxes' trip to Doncaster in the Championship on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 22/02/10 at 16:54

Pearson: May make changes

Pearson: May make changes

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Since leading scorer Matty Fryatt suffered a broken jaw against Rovers earlier this month, Pearson has named an unchanged starting line-up.

The Foxes have beaten Scunthorpe at home and drawn against Bristol City and Plymouth on their travels in those three matches.

With Fryatt still absent - and expected to remain so until the start of April - strikers Yann Kermorgant, Dany N'Guessan and Steve Howard will be hoping for recalls.

On-loan defenders Ryan McGivern and Alex Bruce and midfielders Nolberto Solano and Nicky Adams are among the other players looking to force their way into the starting XI.

Ipswich centre-half Bruce and winger Solano have yet to start a game since joining the club during the last transfer window.

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