The former Wales international believes nothing will change due to Jamie Vardy’s ongoing suspension.
Following Tottenham’s 1-1 draw with West Brom on Monday, the Foxes are now within one win of claiming an historic domestic triumph.
Standing in their way is a clash with Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United on Sunday afternoon at Old Trafford.
As reported in the Guardian, star striker Jamie Vardy will be absent for the encounter, due to the England international being handed an additional match ban following his dismissal and indecent conduct charge against West Ham United.
Despite his omission from the starting line-up last time out, it did not appear to affect Claudio Ranieri’s troops as they edged closer to the title with a 4-0 thrashing of Swansea.
Ahead of what could prove to be a title decider at the Theatre of Dreams, former Leicester player-turned-pundit Savage has no doubt the Italian coach will select the same 11 players as their last game.
As reported in Sport360, he said: “Well if Vardy misses the game - if he gets that extra game (ban), they will obviously keep the same team.
“The way they worked against Swansea, I think they’ll sit back. United will have more of the ball - at the weekend against Swansea, Swansea had 62 percent possession which suits Leicester.
“Less of the ball, counter-attack and that’s what they’ll do at Old Trafford without Vardy. They’ll play the ball into Ulloa, they’ll have runners off him. Schlupp, he was dynamic and Mahrez brilliant. So I think they’ll absorb pressure and try and hit United on the counter-attack.
“United are going for that fourth place so they need to win and it’ll be an interesting game.”