FA Cup winners Leicester face Premier League champions Manchester City in the Community Shield this weekend.
Leicester will have to leave behind their lackluster pre-season with the first-team players ready to return for the big clash.
City, who have won the Community Shield six times and most recently in 2019, have dominated their preseason games and will be looking to recover from their Champions League final loss to Chelsea at the end of last season.
Leicester will face Wolves in their Premier League opener next weekend as City begin their title defense against Tottenham.
The two hope to make their first high profile matches after winning Community Shield glory at Wembley.
Leicester City team news
New signing Patson Daka could start his first competitive game with a chance to make some cash.
Jamie Vardy’s record 11 goals in 15 games against City could prove to be the deciding factor for the 34-year-old’s departure.
Kasper Schmeichel has not returned to pre-season training and will likely miss a return to Wembley Stadium.
Defender James Justin has remained on the injured list since February.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall could make an appearance in midfield after his strong performance against QPR last Saturday.
Man City squad news
Defenders Nathan Ake, Ruben Dias, Benjamin Mendy and Joao Cancelo have put in minutes into the preseason and are expected to start on Saturday.
Pep Guardiola could look to produce a starting XI with a mix of first-team and Under-23 players as fitness levels have been called into question for returning players from Euro 2020.
Kevin De Bruyne was the Man of the Match in the 2019 Community Shield, but could only be listed as a replacement.
Fernandinho is expected to be an integral part of the midfield and is set to start after his preseason.
Riyad Mahrez has scored two goals in two preseason games with the potential to remain in rotation.
England Euro 2020 stars Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden look dubious to begin with.
Community shield: talkSPORT coverage
Wembley’s full commentary will be streamed live on talkSPORT 2 with our preparation starting at 5pm.
Adrian Durham will be your host at Wembley and commentary will come from Jim Proudfoot and Trevor Sinclair.
talkSPORT.com will also have a live blog for all the action and you can also get all the latest news on the talkSPORT app.
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