HUDDERSFIELD Town are checking on the fitness of frontmen James Vaughan and Adam Hammill.
Norwich loanee Vaughan has missed the last two matches with a groin injury and manager Simon Grayson is hoping he will be back to lead the attack at Birmingham on Saturday.
Hammill has been out since the home win against Derby County.
Town can field on-loan Leicester striker Jermaine Beckford, who was ineligible against his parent club on Tuesday.
And centre-back Joel Lynch is available after serving a three-match suspension for a game which will be refereed by former Premier League whistler Andy D’Urso.
Meanwhile, Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is eager to protect Anthony Knockaert’s prodigious talent after his brace downed Town 2-0.
Pearson said of the France Under 21 midfielder: "He is a talent but it’s important we don’t put too much expectation on him.
"We can’t afford to build him up to knock him down."
Knockaert hit a wind-assisted stunner from 35 yards on the half-hour mark to leave Town goalkeeper Alex Smithies rooted to the spot.
The 20-year-old, a £2.6m summer signing from Guingamp, completed his double on the hour when he produced a brilliant acrobatic finish.
Pearson said: "The two goals were great. He certainly let fly for the first one. The second one was superb improvisation but you need ability to do that. He’s certainly a potential match winner but he is still young. He has shown there is a bit of an edge to him as well and we have to help him control that."