Leicester’s James Maddison has seen a specialist for his knee injury and will not play against Liverpool at Anfield on Friday.
The midfielder, 26, picked up a knock against West Ham in November before heading to the World Cup with England but did not feature in Qatar.
He also missed The Foxes lost 3-0 to Newcastle on Monday.
“[Maddison] will not be available for the game,” Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers said.
“He was with Mark [Waller]our doctor, is receiving special advice in London today, so I’ll wait to hear it later.
“He didn’t train with the team. He was clearly getting treatment [in Qatar] and he and the medical team deemed him OK to train.
“He was available for games [for England]. He came back here, looked for work, then felt pain in another part of his knee.”
Belgian midfielder Dennis Praet will also not play at Anfield after being sent off against Newcastle.
The loss was Leicester’s first in three games and leaves them 13th in the Premier League.