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Moritz missing for Bolton

Bolton will be without forward Andre Moritz when they host leaders Leicester at the Reebok Stadium.

The Brazilian missed the 0-0 draw with Charlton at the weekend with a hamstring injury and is unlikely to play again this season. Boss Dougie Freedman has little reason to rush him back given Wanderers are mired in the middle of the table and have very little left to play for.

Midfielder Medo Kamara (illness) and on-loan defender Alan Hutton (knee) will be assessed, the latter having to be substituted at The Valley after picking up the problem.

Mark Davies is still struggling with a groin problem while fellow midfielders Stuart Holden (knee) and Darren Pratley (shoulder), along with full-back pair Marc Tierney (broken leg) and Joe Riley (knee) are looking at coming back next season.

Leicester will be without Jeff Schlupp and Jamie Vardy.

Schlupp had to be helped off the field late on in the Foxes' 1-0 home win over QPR on Saturday after injuring his knee. Scan results showed no serious damage but the left-back will not be risked at the Reebok Stadium and Paul Konchesky will replace him in the team.

Vardy was left out of the squad at the weekend as a precaution after making his return from a groin injury against Reading last Monday and the striker will sit it out once more.

Victory will see Leicester clinch the Championship title.

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