Team news and stats ahead of Spartak Moscow vs Leicester City in the Europa League group stage on Wednesday; kick-off 3.30pm.
Spartak Moscow will be forced into a defensive change with Maximiliano Caufriez suspended following his sending off against Napoli.
Nikolay Rasskazov or Ilya Kutepov could deputise. Quincy Promes scored twice in that impressive 3-2 victory with 10 men in Naples but is struggling with a knock.
The hosts have also been dealt several injury blows with Ezequiel Ponce and Georgi Melkadze expected to join Promes in missing out, joining centre-back Pavel Maslov and midfielder Nail Umyarov on the sidelines. Former Chelsea player Victor Moses should continue in a wing-back role.
Meanwhile, Leicester will be without Ayoze Perez who has not travelled due to illness, while Jonny Evans will be assessed after coming off in Saturday’s 4-2 win over Manchester United with cramp having battled a long-standing foot injury.
Patson Daka impressed off the bench at the King Power Stadium against United and is in line to start.
Jannik Vestergaard can expect a recall in place of Evans, while Hamza Choudhury and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall will both be hoping for minutes in midfield.
TV Channel: Spartak Moscow vs Leicester City live stream will be available to watch live on BT Sport, beIN Sports and fuboTV.