Crystal Palace close on survival after comeback earns draw
Apr 21 2017 by Lorena Waters
Tuesday evening see's the underdogs face off against Atletico Madrid at the King Power Stadium after a 1-0 loss in the Spanish capital last week.
He said: "We'll only put him in if he's ready".
"You can look ahead and look back, but you have to focus on the here and now". "Where this club has come from has been remarkable".
Obviously there are two teams involved on Tuesday night and the other one made a mockery of the longest of odds last season in their 5,000/1 Premier League triumph.
Craig Shakespeare says Leicester must keep a level head to maintain high levels in Europe and the Premier League. "I am not sure how many points it will be for survival so we had to be sure the team we selected was coming here to get a result", Shakespeare said. Ultimately we have to get our own house in order.
"But we are still alive and we want to stay in the competition".
So in the Madrid contrasts we finally find a similarity: both sides conform to common trends to provide us with sound mathematical reasoning to back them in the sub-markets.
Atletico welcome back striker Kevin Gameiro, who missed the first leg with hamstring problems, to the squad but are without midfielder Tiago, who returned from injury as a late substitute in Saturday's 3-0 Liga win over Osasuna but has been left out.
Morgan's availability is particularly crucial as Leicester are guaranteed to be without his centre-back partner Robert Huth through suspension.
But former Leicester manager Martin O'Neill, who commentated on the game for television, believes Leicester can emulate the 2-0 home win they managed against Sevilla.
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan could be in line for a return after missing the past six matches.
52 - Antoine Griezmann has scored or assisted 52 per cent of Atletico's Champions League goals (12 goals, three assists) since last season. "I think everyone is very much up for the fight".
"Our characteristics are very similar, we are not too different in the way we play".
Bayern are going to have to take some risks, but I think if Robert Lewansowski is fit then he'll frustrate the hell out of Sergio Ramos and test his questionable discipline. It's not Monaco's fault and I know they're in a title race, but this game should be the first leg. "It will be decided on the smallest details".
The French worldwide put his previous penalty demons behind him to convert from the spot and put Atletico in the driving seat for a third semi-final in four seasons.