Striker poser for Foxes boss

Leicester manager Paulo Sousa has no new problems ahead of the trip to Portsmouth in the Carling Cup third round on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 20/09/10 at 15:51

Gallagher: Could come in

Gallagher: Could come in

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Sousa must decide whether to make changes or stick with his recent policy of naming a largely unchanged side for the third-round tie.

The Portuguese has made just one change in each of the last three Championship matches, alternating between Matty Fryatt and Steve Howard as Martyn Waghorn's strike partner.

However, familiarity has not brought results with Leicester losing to QPR on Saturday four days after recording their first league win of the season against Cardiff.

Howard and winger Paul Gallagher lead the list of players who could be recalled, while goalkeeper Conrad Logan, defenders Michael Lamey and Tom Kennedy and midfielders Franck Moussa, Miguel Vmtor and Julio Moreno could also come into the reckoning.

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