Ranieri paid his respects at the memorial outside the King Power last week.
Srivaddhanaprabha was among five people who were killed when the Thai billionaire's helicopter came down shortly after takeoff from the King Power Stadium center circle on October 27.
"We created a lot of chances with the best intensity". "We tried to work a little of Wednesday and had a light training session today, the same tomorrow".
"It's not easy to prepare this game, but the togetherness between us all, it's a good feeling, a good energy, a fantastic strength", he said. Our spirit, positive attitude and all the support from our fans will be important.
"It's a odd one, certain things are bigger than football, and this certainly is, but we still have a job to do, but we will do everything we can to pay our respects". With only nine of the 38 games left to play, and only four wins of the previous 29 games, Leicester sat at the bottom of the table, seemingly destined for relegation, ending their short spell in this elite tier. We need to find this balance.
Writing in the programme, goalkeeper Kasper Schmichael said: "I was on the side of the pitch standing, chatting with some of those closest to him that night and waved him off as he took off, like I almost always used to do after home games". This journey was good for us. We've got a club that shows respect in many different circumstances. We know this. But the players have shown great maturity, it is like a family.
"The family went over and beyond for anybody and did all they could to help their team, their club and the city".
Meanwhile, Puel revealed that Harry Maguire and James Maddison both have knee injuries and will miss the game on Saturday, as well as England's forthcoming matches against US and Croatia.
On the field, after two minutes of silence, Rachid Ghezzal hit the bar and Jamie Vardy's shot was cleared off the line as Leicester dominated without being able to produce a goal.