Leicester moved into fourth place in the Championship following a pulsating victory over Sheffield United.
Michael Morrison headed the hosts in front after 25 minutes from a corner before Matt Fryatt doubled the lead from the penalty spot 10 minutes later.
United pulled a goal back 61 seconds after the restart when substitute Henri Camara deftly turned in Stephen Quinn's bye-line cross past Chris Weale.
Camara went close with a volley but the Foxes held on for three points.
Leicester began brightly and capitalised on a mistake by Blades goalkeeper Mark Bunn, who misjudged Matt Oakley's corner, allowing Morrison to beat his marker and nod in the opener.
Fryatt fired in his 11th goal of the season when he sent Bunn the wrong way from the penalty spot in the 35th minute following a clumsy challenge on him by Nick Montgomery.
Oakley came close to adding a third three minutes before half time, but he drilled a volley into the side netting from 10 yards out.
United manager Kevin Blackwell's half-time team-talk had its desired effect as substitute Camara pulled a goal back a minute into the second half.
But seconds later, United keeper Bunn produced a superb parry to deny Lloyd Dyer following a powerful left-wing surge and shot from 18 yards.
Steven Howard went close with a header before Blades captain Chris Morgan turned a six-yard header just wide of the post following an excellent cross from Jamie Ward in the 65th minute.
A spectacular volley from Camara flew over the crossbar as United pushed forward in search of the equaliser, but Leicester held firm in the final minutes.
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson:
"I'm pleased we are still in the play-off picture but I am sure there are 10 or 12 managers who think they still have a chance. It's very tight and it only takes a couple of bad results to drop out of it.
"Sheffield United would have been one of the favourites to go up before the season started and that's why I'm delighted with the win.
"I thought we played very well after a poor start and created some good chances. We were worthy winners in the end."
Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell:
"I thought we were a little sloppy in the first half and I wanted the players to be more positive. So I gave them a kick up the back side at half time. The players were disappointed they didn't do the job I expect of them.
"However, we didn't cave in and kept going throughout.
"I thought we deserved at least a point, I thought we showed character but I was disappointed with the goals we conceded."
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