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Friday, 9 December 2011

Leicester v Peterborough Online Free Live Stream Npower Championship Preview -10 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

Watch Leicester v Peterborough Live Stream Online Npower Championship 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 10/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Leicester v Peterborough Stream Free Online Video Of Npower Championship Saturday,10 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 15:00 CET.Npower Championship ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Leicester v Peterborough Live Streaming Video ,Leicester v Peterborough Stream,Leicester v Peterborough Live free,Leicester v Peterborough Streaming,Leicester v Peterborough Live, Watch Leicester v Peterborough online,Leicester v Peterborough online, Leicester v Peterborough Results,Npower Championship Fixtures.Foxes missing Mills Leicester captain Matt Mills is suspended for the visit of Peterborough.
Mills was sent off for the second time this season during the 2-1 defeat at Hull last weekend and will begin a two-match ban, having previously seen red during the loss at Birmingham in October.
Republic of Ireland international Sean St Ledger is likely to replace Mills and partner Sol Bamba at the heart of the City defence, although Aleksandar Tunchev is also an option for manager Nigel Pearson.
Tunchev has been out with a groin injury since returning from a loan spell at Crystal Palace - the Bulgarian's first sustained period of first-team football since making his comeback from a long-term knee injury in the spring.
He has trained successfully for a week, though, and, having featured in a reserve-team match, could challenge St Ledger for a starting role.
Peterborough have problems at left-back.
Current incumbent Tom Kennedy is ineligible as he is on loan from the Foxes, while Mark Little, who he replaced, will be out until mid-January having underwent surgery on a groin injury this week.
Craig Alcock, who has spent much of the season on the left-hand side of the defence, is likely to stay at right-back after midfielder Tommy Rowe was outstanding in the final half-hour against Barnsley last weekend when he switched to left-back.
Rowe will probably remain in the position, although manager Darren Ferguson admits he is also weighing up a surprise selection.
"It is very likely Tommy Rowe will play there. I've been pleased with Tommy's last two performances, but Nathan Ralph and Kgosi Ntlhe are two young players who could do a job for us at left-back as well," said Ferguson, who confirmed Joe Lewis will remain in goal despite conceding four times on his return to the first-team against Barnsley after seven months out with a knee injury.

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