Brendan Rodgers insists Leicester City is not going to take Newport flippantly within the Carabao Cup following their second-round scare at Stockport.
The Foxes squeezed previous the League Two Hatters on penalties in August, with Daniel Iversen saving three spot-kicks.
They host Newport on Tuesday aiming to succeed in the final 16 and supervisor Rodgers will resist the temptation to rotate.
“We want to get through, I won’t be making too many changes,” he mentioned. “We have a game on Tuesday and a lot of the players need to be ready to go again.
“I changed the team about when we went to Stockport and we nearly went out. I don’t want to do that. I want to go through. I’ve shown that every time I’ve been here in the cup competitions.
“We’ll make some changes, naturally, but there won’t be too many.”
Iversen may change the in-form Danny Ward, who has 5 clear sheets in his final seven video games, whereas Wilfred Ndidi could make a primary begin since a hamstring damage and Luke Thomas is offered.
Jonny Evans missed Saturday’s 2-0 win at Everton along with his ongoing calf drawback and Ricardo Pereira (Achilles) and Ryan Bertrand (knee) are out.
The Foxes climbed to 14th within the Premier League following victory at Goodison Park, after targets from Youri Tielemans and Harvey Barnes.
Tielemans, out of contract in the summertime, was captain once more within the absence of Evans, and Rodgers has been impressed along with his angle.
He mentioned: “He doesn’t need the armband to play to that level, but he’s a player of great maturity. Even though he’s in the last year of his contract, how he looks after himself and drives the other players on is fantastic.
“I know he is really enjoying the responsibility.”