Players are urged to wear anti-racism T-shirts
All of Leicester City's players will be encouraged to wear the Kick It Out T-shirts before today's clash with Crystal Palace.
However, assistant manager Craig Shakespeare said the final decision will down to each individual player.
Lloyd Dyer and Jeff Schlupp opted not to wear the T-shirts last week at Birmingham City. Several high-profile black players across the country also refused to don the shirts last weekend.
City have elected today's game as their official Kick it Out fixture and there will be a host of activities throughout the afternoon to highlight the campaign.
Shakespeare said it was important everyone got behind the cause, but that individual decisions would be respected. "It is something we will speak about before the game, but we have to respect everyone's views on that (whether to wear the T-shirts)," said Shakespeare.
"The bottom line is that we all realise there is no place for racism in society, let alone football.
"Whatever the lads' views we have to respect but we as a club support it and we will encourage them all to wear them."
Defender Ritchie De Laet is City's One Game, One Community ambassador and he said football had a responsibility to show the way in the battle against prejudice.
"There isn't another sport in the world that reaches out to the range of different people that football does, so we all have a responsibility to make sure it's an inclusive environment everyone can be part of," he said. "The game is loved all over the world and is at its best when bringing people together, which is what One Game, One Community is all about."