The two Nigerian internationals plying their trade for Premiership team, Leicester City, featured in the four nil victory over Premier league rivals Aston Villa on Monday evening.
Indidi appears to have recovered from Injury to start the match alongside fellow Nigeria international Iheanacho in whom Leicester coach Brendan Rogers has placed so much confidence.
The Foxes had only picked up two wins in their past eight Premier League games – and two points in their past four matches.
They led through Harvey Barnes’ goal after the winger took advantage of visiting keeper Pepe Reina’s baffling decision to run out of his box.
Vardy’s first touch after coming on was to score a penalty after Tyrone Mings’ handball, before he smashed in at the near post – his first goal in 10 games.
Barnes scored his second from a Marc Albrighton cross.
“It was a very, very good win. An important win,” said Rodgers. “The past few games we haven’t been at our level. In terms of attacking, we were much better this evening. After the first goal we went on and played very well.
“We want to win and early on you could see our confidence wasn’t where it has been. The only way you regain that confidence is hard work and these players have been brilliant. Tonight the intensity was there and we didn’t give away too much.”
Dean Smith’s Villa remain in the relegation zone after a fourth consecutive league defeat, and a fifth in all competitions.
“Individual mistakes are costing us. We need to get better at it. Teams capitalise on our errors,” said Smith.