MK Dons and Leicester go head-to-head in the EFL Cup on Tuesday at 7:45pm (UK time).
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MK Dons’ record of not conceding in each of their three EFL Cup games this season will come under serious threat when they welcome Premier League side Leicester to Stadium MK. Brendan Rodgers’ men made light work of Newport in round three, with a goal from James Justin and a brace from Jamie Vardy securing a 3-0 win to set up another tie against lower league opposition.
MK Dons team news
Player/Caretaker manager Dean Lewington has been in interim care of the first team since the departure of Liam Manning earlier this month, but will take no part in the game as he will need surgery on a hamstring injury. Manning departed after picking up just one win in his last 11 league matches with his side sitting second bottom on just 15 points at the time of his departure.
Leicester team news
The Foxes will be without out full-backs James Justin, Ryan Bertrand and Ricardo Pereira, who all won’t return until the new year, while Danny Ward (Wales), Wout Faes, Timothy Castagne, Youri Tielemans (all Belgium), Nampalys Mendy (Senegal) and Daniel Amartey (Ghana) have all returned to the squad after being away at the World Cup, but James Maddison (England) may be given the evening off after England’s quarter-final defeat to France.