Championship leaders Leicester City have a man in form as they head to south Wales to take on Swansea City, with Kelechi Iheanacho having scored in each of his last three games.
The Foxes have won 10 of their opening 11 matches and are in a strong position to head back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Although 15 points currently separate the two sides, Swansea’s recent form has seen them collect four league wins in a row.
But they come up against a Foxes side who have really hit their stride and who have lost just one of their first 11 Championship matches.
Swansea have suffered a big setback ahead of Saturday’s 3pm clash, with defender Ben Cabango looking set to miss the encounter. The midfielder has a hamstring problem and may have to sit out.
It is another blow for boss Michael Duff, who has long-term absentee Josh Ginnelly, while Joe Allen and Nathan Wood are out for two months.
There is good news for the Swans, as defender Kristian Pedersen is set to return after missing the last three games with a groin problem.
The Foxes will have to decide who will start, with Kelechi Iheanacho recently getting the nod ahead of Jamie Vardy.
Kasey McAteer is sidelined due to injury so Abdul Fatawu and Yunus Akgun are expected to continue playing on the wings.
Both teams are among the top six teams with the most goals scored in the Championship this season, with Leicester scoring 23 and Swansea 18.
Leicester have the best defensive record in the league, conceding just six goals after 11 matches.
Kelechi Iheanacho has scored in the Foxes’ last three matches.
Leicester have won twice in their last three visits to Swansea, including a 2-1 win in 2017.
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The Foxes have scored a lot of goals and have looked solid at the back too, conceding just one goal in their last five matches.
Striker Iheanacho is currently in good form and added to his tally of international goals this week, scoring in Nigeria’s 2-2 draw against Saudi Arabia.
After a poor start to the season, Swansea appear to have turned a corner, winning their last four league matches.
Although they have improved markedly, the three teams they have beaten – Sheffield Wednesday, Millwall and Plymouth Argyle – are all in the bottom half of the table.
Duff’s men showed they are very dangerous in the attacking third position, scoring 11 goals in these four matches, with striker Jamal Lowe scoring three of them.