Leicester insist they can still safely train locally and play at the King Power Stadium despite a coronavirus spike in the city.
Premier League chiefs are sweating over a surge in COVID-19 in Leicester which could derail Project Restart.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock admitted cases were three times higher in Leicester than anywhere in the UK.
The Foxes are in action tomorrow at Everton despite the city of Leicester being slapped with tighter lockdown restrictions.
And the club insist they remain on track to stage Saturday’s top-flight visit by Crystal Palace too.
A spokesperson said: “The club has consulted with local authorities, its Safety Advisory Group and the Premier League, following the Government announcement on coronavirus measures in Leicester.
“All parties remain entirely satisfied that, through the continued implementation of our COVID operations plan, the club’s football operations can continue to safely function under existing protocols and there will be no greater risk posed to club personnel, visiting teams or our surrounding communities.
“Consequently, first team training will continue at Belvoir Drive and our forthcoming Premier League fixtures remain unaffected.”
But officials at the Premier League are concerned because the virus presents such a fast-moving challenge, problems can escalate quickly.
They are anxious to complete the season and are trying desperately to avoid a raft of positive tests decimating the sport.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters admitted: “It demonstrates the fragile project we have on here.
“We cannot take it for granted.”
Under Premier League rules, all grounds have a designated ‘red zone’ for COVID-free squads and staff, who are tested twice a week.
But contingency plans include using Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium which is understood to be the preferred neutral venue.
Saints previously offered to hold the Merseyside derby if Everton were not allowed to host Liverpool.
The south coast club’s facilities include a steel perimeter fence for added security.