Leicester City coach Claude Puel has confirmed that striker Jamie Vardy will not be available for Tottenham Hotspur's visit on Saturday night, but Harry Maguire, Jonny Evans and Rachid Ghezzal are fit for the weekend. Last week, they missed out Draw against Fulham due to a groin injury and will be out this weekend. "Jamie [Vardy] will not be available. He's in a bit of pain and I hope he can recover and stand for the next game. "Puel told the official website of the club." We have to be careful and respect that he needs to rest so he can get back into the squad. "The Leicester boss got a boost as defender Maguire made it all clear and is ready to go after five weeks of knee problems." Evans, who also missed Foxes' 1-1 win against Fulham on Wednesday night In the competition, as well as winger Ghezzal, who missed the last three games with one leg injury, the Leicester manager added, "Over the squad, Harry Maguire has returned in training and will be in the squad for Saturday." [Rachid] Ghezzal and also [Jonny] Evans Er (Evans) was in pain and is now available. "The foxes have been unbeaten in their last six Premier League games and have not tasted defeat since their 3-1 loss to Arsenal in October. On Tuesday night, however, Barcelona will certainly keep an eye on the Champions League tie against Barcelona. Although Vardy is not the one who enjoys playing Tottenham after scoring four goals and having three assists in their last seven games, James Maddison is in good form. The midfielder played more Premier League goals this season than any other Leicester. He scored five goals in front and scored two more goals.