The Foxes face an instant re-match with Chelsea after edging the Blues 1-0 at Wembley to give the club its first FA Cup victory after four previous losses in the final.
Leicester are presently third in the table and victory over fourth-placed Chelsea at Stamford Bridge would secure their top four place — Tuesday’s opponents are two points worse off with two matches remaining.
However, 2020 title winners Liverpool are just three points adrift of Leicester having found a decent run of late form.
Goalkeeper Allison’s last gasp headed goal to beat relegated West Bromwich Albion 2-1 on Sunday kept them firmly in the hunt.
Rodgers brushed off the impact the Brazilian’s late goal could have on the race for the Champions League spots.
“There’s no ramifications for us,” he said.
“Everything’s still in our hands.