Chelsea have been hugely disappointing this term, and they sit way down in 14th place in the Premier League table.
Leicester, meanwhile, have surpassed all expectations and currently lead the way in England’s top-flight.
And Keown said of the game on Monday night: “I expect we’ll see more of the same from this season. I don’t think Terry will play because of Leicester’s pace on the break.
"I also expect Chelsea to hold on to possession while Leicester will hope to destroy them with their speed. But with the crazy Premier League we’ve had this season I’m not going to start making any predictions!”
Chelsea had appeared to turn the corner, after making a poor star, when they beat Norwich City and picked up a draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
However, a defeat to Bournemouth last weekend has raised further questions about their squad.
Leicester, on the other hand, have shown no signs of slowing down and have taken six wins from their last eight Premier League fixtures.
The Foxes will move 20 points clear of Chelsea if they are able to overcome Jose Mourinho’s side on Monday.