With only one win in their last nine league outings Leicester need to improve dramatically if they are to make the play-offs. They welcome a Millwall side on Friday night (1945 GMT) still on a high after making the FA Cup Semi-finals.
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At the beginning of February Leicester City were serious contenders for an automatic promotion spot. 5 wins out of 5 in January saw them lie second.
However, since then it has all gone wrong for Nigel Pearson’s side. After an awful run of results they lie 7th, hanging on to a play-off spot through goal difference.
Millwall seem destined for another season in the Championship. Currently in 14th, Millwall will be focused on their FA Cup Semi-final with Wigan.
Despite this, they still need to chalk up a few more points to secure survival and they have a great chance of a result against an out-of-form Leicester City side.
Jermaine Easter had a perfect start for his new side last weekend coming on as a sub and scoring in their 2-0 win over Charlton. He may have earned himself a starting berth for their trip to the King Power Stadium.
Leicester will look to David Nugent to regain his goalscoring form. Their top scorer has not managed a goal in his last eight outings and will need to improve if they are to stand a chance of making the play-offs.
Chris Wood is expecting a bad reception from the away fans after choosing to sign for Leicester over Millwall following his impressive loan spell at The Den.
This match could go either way but Leicester City Boss Nigel Pearson will be aware of how important taking all three points would be.