The Whites head into the game in good spirits, following a 2-1 away win against Norwich City - a result the side will be looking to use as a platform to kick-start their season after picking up just ten points from as many matches so far.
The last time Leeds played Leicester, back in January, Marcelo Bielsa's side came back from a goal down to win 3-1 at the King Power Stadium, with goals from Stuart Dallas, Patrick Bamford and Jack Harrison securing the a big win on the road for the Whites.
Speaking ahead of the game, Leeds' star striker Bamford gave an update on the ankle injury that has kept him out of action the the club's last seven matches, and revealed: “It's okay. It's a little bit slow.
“It is (getting better), day by day. It's just taking a little bit longer than I first thought.
“I think the thing that has got under my skin a little bit this time is that I anticipated I would be back in four weeks and the fact that it has taken longer than that is a little bit hard to get my head around. But now I am seeing improvements.”
Take a look at our round-up of today's biggest stories from the Premier League, as the top tier sides gear up for another high-octane weekend of action:
1. Isak keen on Premier League move
Arsenal-linked striker Alexander Isak has revealed he harbours ambitions of playing in the Premier League, as speculation continues over his future. The 22-year-old ace scored 17 La Liga goals for Real Sociedad last season. (Independent)
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2. Matthaus makes Sancho claim
Ex-Germany star Lothar Matthaus has claimed Man Utd winger Jadon Sancho will be regretting his £75m move for Borussia Dortmund, after his lack of game time for the Red Devils saw him miss out on a place in the latest England squad. Matthaus described the move as a "mistake" (Sky Sports)
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3. Spurs backed to capture Kessie
Spurs have been tipped to make a swoop for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie, following the arrival of new manager Antonio Conte. Kessie looks set to leave the San Siro in the next transfer window, with his current deal expiring in the summer. (Calciomercato)
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4. Tosun could return to Besiktas
Besiktas are said to have already made an approach to re-sign former star striker Cenk Tosun from Everton in January. The Toffees flop has scored just nine Premier League goals for the club in 49 appearances, following a £27m move back in 2018. (Fotomac)
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