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After witnessing his Leicester side win just twice in nine games earlier in the season, Brendan Rodgers would have naturally had concerns about the development of his squad.
However, three successive victories in all competitions have eased any lingering doubts, the Foxes now ninth in the Premier League and in a better position in the Europa League.
There is still much more work to do in order to achieve their targets this season, but the Foxes are back on an upward trajectory after wins over Manchester United, Spartak Moscow and Brentford.
Rodgers may opt for a front three of Harvey Barnes, Ayoze Perez and Ademola Lookman, leaving the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Daka among the replacements.
With Marc Albrighton injured, Ricardo Pereira or Timothy Castagne should feature at right wing-back, and Daniel Amartey and Jonny Evans could also keep their places in the side.
Danny Ward, Hamza Choudhury and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall should all come into the Foxes XI.
As far as Brighton are concerned, Dan Burn may be the only player to retain his place after the defeat to Man City.
Yves Bissouma could be involved for the first time since Septmeber 19, while Tariq Lamptey may be provided with his second start since returning from a hamstring injury.
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Leicester City possible starting lineup:
Ward; Amartey, Evans, Vestergaard; Pereira, Choudhury, Dewsbury-Hall, Bertrand; Barnes, Perez, Lookman
Brighton & Hove Albion possible starting lineup:
Steele; Webster, Duffy, Burn; Lamptey, Bissouma, Mwepu, March; Richards, Mac Allister; Connolly
Leicester were made to work hard in all three outings, coming from behind in the first two games before withstanding another strong Bees performance to win 2-1 on Sunday.
Patson Daka assisted James Maddison‘s winning goal in West London, the Zambian now having five goals and an assist from his last 148 minutes on the pitch.