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Sheffield United v Leicester City August 21, 2017, 19:08 Jamie Vardy's injury over the weekend is not serious and he is expected to line-up for Leicester in their second-round EFL Cup clash against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Tuesday.

Jamie Vardy's injury over the weekend is not serious and he is expected to line-up for Leicester in their second-round EFL Cup clash against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Tuesday.The Blades go into the game in reasonable form having won two of four Championship games this term, as well as beating Walsall 3-2 in the previous round of the competition.The Foxes started their league campaign with a 4-3 reverse at Arsenal, but notched their first win last weekend with a comfortable 2-0 home success over Brighton.While the Premier League club take on Manchester United at Old Trafford this weekend, Sheffield United also have a big game against Derby, and manager Chris Wilder says the upcoming matches could play a factor in Tuesday's showdown."I should imagine they'll be making changes. We are too because we've got a massive game on Saturday," Wilder said in his pre-match press conference."There are opportunities for Leicester City players to impress before the Manchester United game and certainly from our point of view, boys will be given the opportunity to stake a claim for the game against Derby."Wilder is likely to be without midfielder Chris Basham due to a groin problem, while a suspension for Leon Clarke could mean a first start since 2012 for the Blades for striker Ched Evans.Richard Stearman, George Baldock and striker James Hanson are all out injured for the home team.Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare, meanwhile, was satisfied with the performance against the Seagulls."It was a clean sheet for everyone," he told LCFC TV. "It was very important. I thought the game management was better but it's hard to pick out individuals. I'll leave that to others but overall I'm very pleased because it was a team performance."Vardy went off against Brighton with an ankle knock, but is available to play. Nampalys Mendy and Ahmed Musa are also expected to return to the squad, but captain Wes Morgan picked up an injury to his back at the weekend and is expected to miss the match.