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FA Cup Quarter Final
Top Industry Price
Fernando Torres 1st Goalscorer 11/2
Chelsea odds to win - 2/7
Draw - 9/2
Leicester odds to win - 10/1
Chelsea could be without defenders John Terry and David Luiz who picked up injuries in the win against Napoli.
Gary Cahill will step in if either fails to recover, while midfielder Raul Meireles is back after suspension.
Leicester have full-back Paul Konchesky available after he completed a three-match ban and he could replace Tom Kennedy in the side.
Midfielder Danny Drinkwater is cup-tied but Matt Mills, Ben Marshall and Steve Howard are pushing for starts.
Chelsea's 4-3 win over Leicester in the League Cup in October 2007 was the only time these clubs have locked horns in eight years. It was also their 101st meeting. The London club have won 48, Leicester 24, with 29 all-square.
The Stamford Bridge club have scored a total of 15 goals in winning their last five league and cup matches against the Foxes.
Chelsea have also progressed on each of the four previous occasions they have been drawn against Leicester in the FA Cup. The most recent was in January 2000. They have never met as late in the competition as the quarter-finals.
Roberto di Matteo's Chelsea are going for a Champions League and FA Cup double, after Wednesday's extraordinary exploits against Napoli. It was their third successive win in all competitions, a sequence begun with the fifth round replay defeat of Birmingham on Di Matteo's debut in charge.
The six-times FA Cup winners, who have lifted the cup in three of the last six seasons, have lost only two of the last 31 FA Cup matches - one of those being on penalties.
Barnsley was the last Championship club to knock them out, courtesy of a 1-0 win at Oakwell in the 2008 quarter-finals. Chelsea have subsequently ousted 10 lower league clubs, including eight from the second tier.
The Foxes are making their first appearance in the quarter-finals in seven seasons. They have qualified for the last four eight times previously in their history, but the most recent was 30 years ago.
The only surviving club from outside the Premier League are looking for a second successive top-flight scalp, having dismissed Norwich in the fifth round. The 2-1 victory at Carrow Road was the first time the Foxes had won away from home in the FA Cup in seven years and eight attempts.
The four times runners-up boast one of the joint top scorers in this season's FA Cup in Jermaine Beckford, who has netted five goals. The former Leeds and Everton striker has scored 14 goals in his last 15 appearances in the competition.