- Leicester City have no new injuries prior to Saturday’s match against Norwich City
- The Canaries visit King Power Stadium in the Premier League (3pm kick-off)
- LCFC Radio will provide live coverage of the fixture from 12pm on Saturday
The Northern Irishman’s outfit set a new Club record of eight-straight top-flight wins last weekend and next entertain Daniel Farke’s men on Filbert Way.
After welcoming back left-back Ben Chilwell to his starting XI for last weekend’s 4-1 victory at Aston Villa as one of three changes to the side, Rodgers confirmed he has a fully-fit squad to select players from for the clash with Norwich.
“We had a few boys inside but they’re all fit and fine for Saturday,” Rodgers told the national media as his side continue their preparations for this weekend’s clash with Norwich City. “Everyone’s fine.”
Norwich are sitting at the wrong end of the table and they don’t want to be there, but they’ve shown they can win, so we have to focus on the next game.Brendan Rodgers
With a string of fixtures fast approaching, Rodgers believes the key to success during a busy period will be to continue to showcase their team ethic on the field of play.
“Win our next game, that’s always been our mantra, to never look too far ahead,” Rodgers added. “It’s hard to forecast in football and all you can do is bring you best game into the game.
“Of course, Norwich are sitting at the wrong end of the table and they don’t want to be there, but they’ve shown they can win, so we have to focus on the next game.
“You can never look too far ahead.”
All times GMT.
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