West Ham United have Marko Arnautovic (arm) and Andre Ayew (illness) available again, but James Collins (foot) and Michail Antonio (abdominal) are unlikely to be rushed back.
Chicharito, Sam Byram (both thigh) and Jose Fonte (ankle) are all out.
Leicester City have no new injury concerns with only Matty James (Achilles) and Robert Huth (ankle) missing.
Leicester City are unbeaten in their last five Premier League meetings with West Ham United (W4 D1).
Leicester City are yet to win a PL fixture played on a Friday (W0 D1 L3), though their four previous Friday matches have produced a total of 15 goals (3.8 per match).
David Moyes has never lost a home PL match against Leicester (W2 D1).
Jamie Vardy has scored two goals and assisted two more in his last four PL appearances against West Ham.
David Moyes: "We know what their threats are but we need to give Leicester problems as well by how we play and what we do, so it’s a tight balance and we hope to be able to do both."
See: Moyes hopeful for Chicharito
Claude Puel: “After our game, I hope success for him and for his team… just not on Friday. West Ham fans want a reaction, we know this team at home with a new manager will be difficult."
See: Puel on West Ham game plan
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Assistants: Peter Kirkup, Constantine Hatzidakis
Fourth official: Jonathan Moss