Read the match report as Leicester are held to a 1-1 draw by Swansea in the absence of Riyad Mahrez.
- Leicester are unbeaten at home since mid-December
- Swansea looking to win three Premier League matches in a row
- Kick-off - 15:00 GMT
And that's it.
Carlos Carvalhal hasn't seen his Swansea side suffer defeat on the road.
Kasper Schmeichel has one last chance to fire the ball up the field...
Wayne Routledge is coming on for a brief outing as Jordan Ayew is replaced. He's taking his time too...
Leicester haven't given up yet.
Christian Fuchs looks to play Jamie Vardy in and Federico Fernandez has to make an inch-perfect tackle to stop him from shooting.
The offside flag is up but the Swansea captain wasn't to know that.
Time is running out for a winner here at the King Power.
If it stays how it is, Swansea will have gone seven games unbeaten in all competitions - an indication of the progress they have made under Carlos Carvalhal.
It will be a disappointing result for Leicester given their dominance in that first half.Copyright: Reuters
It would be easier to describe things as "corner, corner, corner to Leicester."
Lukasz Fabianski did not look comfortable then.
The ball comes flying in from a corner kick and the Swansea keeper flaps it at. He gets just enough contact to send it out for a throw-in and then catches the ball more confidently on the second time of asking.
Marc Albrighton gets away down the right-hand side and he tries to pull it back to a teammate in the box but it's cut out for a corner.
Leicester are really going for it now but they have yet to create a real, clear-cut chance.
Right-back Danny Simpson comes off as striker Shinji Okazaki is on in an attempt to find a winner for Leicester.Copyright: Getty Images
Marc Albrighton's delivery was another threatening one and it finds Harry Maguire at the back post.
The defender can't quite squeeze it inside though and it hits the side netting.
Leicester are getting closer.Copyright: Reuters
Fousseni Diabate was excellent in the first half but he's only just started to get back on the ball in this second half.
He drives towards the box and is brought down - winning his side a free-kick.
Christian Fuchs plays it in from the left but the ball is too high and too fast for Demarai Gray to control.
His effort flies over the bar and never looked like troubling Lukasz Fabianski.
Now it's Carlos Carvalhal's turn to make a substitution.
Nathan Dyer is coming off as Wilfried Bony joins Jordan Ayew in attack.
Claude Puel wants to inject some fresh legs as Leicester go searching for the win.
Adrien Silva is off and he's replaced by Matty James. Demarai Gray then follows him onto the pitch in place of Kelechi Iheanacho.Copyright: AFP
Jamie Vardy charges down the right wing once again and he plays the ball back across the box.
Fousseni Diabate comes charging onto it and he hits it first time with the side of his foot. It almost creeps into the bottom left corner but just bounces inches wide.
And now Fousseni Diabate gives it away! Jordan Ayew is given an opportunity to run at Wilfred Ndidi but the Leicester man gets the better of him.
Jamie Vardy then breaks down the right-hand side and Lukasz Fabianski has to scamper back towards his goal to prevent getting chipped.
It's become a little sloppy. Adrien Silva gives the ball away in midfield before Leicester win it back and Kelechi Iheanacho then gives it away.Copyright: AFP
Sam Clucas was calling for the ball early as he found space in the box but when the ball is eventually crossed, it's behind him and he miss-directs his header completely.
What a great start to the second half from Swansea. Leicester will be kicking themselves about those missed chances if they don't get on the score-sheet again.
There's still plenty of football left to play though.