Leicester City have revealed their starting lineup to face Legia Warsaw with Brendan Rodgers making a trio of changes.
The Leicester City team has been announced as the Foxes prepare to face Legia Warsaw this evening in their latest Europa League fixture.
Brendan Rodgers has brought Patson Daka into the starting lineup, with that being one of three changes that he has made following the 3-0 loss against Chelsea.
The striker replaces Jamie Vardy, who has still not started a game in the competition, while Harvey Barnes and Ademola Lookman will be on the flanks in this fixture.
After being used from the bench at the weekend James Maddison has returned to the team from the first whistle, plus Luke Thomas will also start for the Foxes today.
Rodgers has opted to revert to a back four in this match, providing more defensive cover here with both Marc Albrighton and Daniel Amartey dropping out of the team.
Leicester City starting XI: Schmeichel; Castagne, Evans, Soyuncu, Thomas; Ndidi, Soumare; Maddison, Barnes, Lookman; Daka