The focus for Chelsea FC again shifts to the Premier League after its win against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
Chelsea is looking to win three straight games for the first time since early October, while Leicester is hoping to bounce back after losing to Southampton in their last Premier League match.
Leicester has conceded their first goal in each of their last eight league games and has come back to win two of them (with a draw and five defeats in the other game).
Chelsea's Premier League games have seen fewer goals than any other side this season, with 24 goals scored and 25 conceded.
Leicester's 25 league games this season have seen 79 goals, 36 for and 43 against. Only Manchester City, Arsenal, and Tottenham games contained more.
In the first leg at Stamford Bridge in August, Raheem Sterling scored twice in the second half to secure the three points, although Gallagher was sent off after 28 minutes when the score was 0-0. Harvey Barnes scored a consolation midway through the second half.
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