Brendan Rodgers has been speaking to the media ahead of Saturday’s matchup at the London Stadium
Leicester City look to have a full clean bill of health ahead of their trip to the capital this weekend to take on West Ham at London Stadium, much unlike his opposite number Manuel Pellegrini.
The Hammers could be without up to ten first team players for the game on Saturday, with the latest names added to the injury list in Manuel Lanzini and Javier Hernandez.
Foxes boss Rodgers meanwhile has welcomed back midfielder Marc Albrighton to training and aside from long-term injury victim Daniel Amartey, has got no other worries for the match on Saturday.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Thursday, Rodgers said: “They’re all fine. They’ve had a good week’s training.
“[Marc] Albrighton is back in and he’s had another good week.
“We’re as fine we can be in terms of fitness.”
For the Hammers, they will be without Andriy Yarmolenko, Winston Reid, Andy Carroll, Carlos Sanchez, Samir Nasri, Lanzini and potentially Chicharito, Jack Wilshere and Aaron Cresswell when the Foxes come to town.
Hernandez has a problem with his ear, Lanzini was forced off during the defeat to Manchester United with a groin problem and Cresswell is in a race to be fit after a minor knee issue.