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Morgan eyes upset in Wales

Wes Morgan is focused on an immediate Leicester recovery at Cardiff on Tuesday night after their weekend defeat.

Last Updated: 11/03/13 at 16:21 Post Comment

Wes Morgan: Leicester travel to Cardiff

Wes Morgan: Leicester travel to Cardiff

Leicester remained in fifth place in the Championship table following a 1-0 loss against Sheffield Wednesday at the King Power Stadium, which meant they have only won once in their last seven league games.

Foxes captain Morgan spoke of his frustration at the bad result but is now concentrating on the challenge of facing leaders Cardiff in the Welsh capital on Tuesday.

"It's a very disappointing result. They're the type of games we need to try and win," Morgan told Foxes Player.

"They're a team that's near the bottom and we're a team that's tying to get promoted so to get the wrong result we're very disappointed and we're taking it very hard.

"Cardiff are top of the league and we know how good we can be, so hopefully we can show that to them on Tuesday and get back on track."

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