Patrick Kisnorbo is expected to return to the Foxes' squad following suspension.

The Australian centre-back, who recently signed a lucrative new contract at the Walkers Stadium, missed the last 2 games of last season, as well as Saturday's disappointing defeat at Luton Town, is almost certain to return to the squad.

Kisnorbo, suspended after a late challenge during City's draw away at arch rivals Coventry City towards the end of last season, is expected to play in some part of tomorrow's home game against Burnley.

A return to the starting line up would not be a surprise, as he and skipper Paddy McCarthy formed an impressive partnership during Rob Kelly's spell as manager last season. However, the ex-Hearts man may only make the subs' bench for the match, as manager Kelly was impressed with the duo of McCarthy and recent signing Darren Kenton. "Patrick is now available once again, although I thought that both of our centre halves did well against Luton".


In other news, Paul Henderson will start the match again in goal as Rab Douglas is still out with a shoulder injury. And young Aussie midfielder James Wesolowski has returned to full training following his thigh injury, but he is not expected to feature.