Leicester will be without top scorer Jamie Vardy, who will serve at least a one-match ban as a result of his red card in the draw with West Ham.
He is expected to be replaced by Leonardo Ulloa, while Nathan Dyer is ineligible to face his parent club.
Swansea midfielder Leon Britton returns after missing the last two matches with a back problem.
Jack Cork has recovered from a facial injury he suffered last weekend in the defeat by Newcastle.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Jonathan Pearce: “This is make or break for Leicester City. If they keep their five-point lead they’ll withstand the challenge of Spurs, who will yet drop points. Lose, and Tottenham will probably overtake them.
“Leicester go into battle without Vardy – it’s like Richard III fighting at the nearby Battle of Bosworth Field without ‘a horse…a horse…a kingdom for his horse!’ We know what happened there.
“But Shakespeare’s drama of that Leicester-interred King promised: ‘True hope is swift…Kings it makes Gods and meaner creatures Kings’.
“It’s all about belief now. Do Leicester retain enough?”