Foxes up for fight - keeper

Foxes up for fight - keeper

Foxes up for fight - keeper

'We've just got to move on although it's taken the gloss off it a little bit'. We can't worry about the opposition's bench - we'll let the officials take care of that. "We know it is going to be a hard return match but we have a very good record at the King Power", Shakespeare asserted.

He added: "We've got to get a goal back".

"We will focus on ourselves but be aware of Atletico".

Admittedly the fact that a draw is enough to send them through is a factor, but they are far from the sort of side to sit in and grind out a stalemate, bringing us back to the contrasts with Atletico.

Wes Morgan as back in training on Easter Monday is a fitness boost to Craig Shakespeare.

Albrighton said: "It has proved very costly but we really have to make sure that we don't dwell on it all". I need to see if there is no reaction, " he said.

Tuesday evening see's the underdogs face off against Atletico Madrid at the King Power Stadium after a 1-0 loss in the Spanish capital last week.

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"My eyes tell me I should be pleased with the way he's come through".

The win was well-deserved as Atletico dominated possession and had most of the game in the visitors' half, but Leicester can rightly complain that the penalty should never have been given, as foul was clearly outside of the penalty area, reports Xinhua news agency. I've always said 'Why not?' European nights are something special, especially the home nights.

"We have to get on with it".

The choice of tactic made sense on one hand, as Leicester would've wanted to keep the game tight and restrict Atletico to as few chances as possible.

"It has ruined our game plan", said the Dane. You can prepare yourself but some things you have to be reactive to. I try to get the balance right but some things can not be manufactured, some have to be there and then.

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"The bookies have got it wrong before so let's hope they've got it wrong again".

"The journey has been incredible", said caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare, who was in his first season on the coaching staff when Leicester won 2-0 at Southend on April 18, 2009. Leicester's defence came under a lot of pressure but he coped with Benteke well and mopped up his fullbacks' mess diligently. "We always try to give everything". We just enjoy the time that we have.

The 26-year-old has scored 24 times in 44 games in all competitions for Madrid this season, and he's also chipped in with nine assists, proving he is one of the most unsafe forwards in Europe right now.

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