LEICESTER CITY host Manchester City, looking to take advantage of the visitors’ off-field troubles.
Pep Guardiola’s outfit face being banned from the Champions League for two years after a Uefa ruling.
Leicester have suffered a dip in form in 2020, managing just win in their last five Premier League matches.
Yet, should the Foxes inflict a seventh defeat of the season on Man City, they can move within a point of second place.
What time does Leicester vs Man City kick off?
This Premier League fixture will take place on Saturday, February 22.
It will kick off at 5.30pm – that is 12.30pm Eastern Time.
The match will be held at King Power Stadium.
The reverse fixture in December finished 3-1 to Man City.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
Leicester vs Man City will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with coverage underway from 5pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream via the app on their computer, mobile and tablet devices.
Alternatively, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for 9.99.
For US viewers, you can stream the game live without cable with a Hulu free trial or on Sling Blue.
What is the team news?
Premier League champions Man City may wait to welcome back Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling who have both returned to training.
Yet, David Silva is expected to sit out after picking up a knock late on in the win over West Ham.
Meanwhile, Leicester are lacking in their midfield positions, with Wilfred Ndidi and Nampalys Mendy both injured, plus Hamza Choudhury is suspended for the game.
Daniel Amartey is out with an ankle injury, while Matty James is expected to sit out this clash as he continues his recovery.
- Man City have won seven of the last eight meetings between the sides in all competitions
- Jamie Vardy has not scored in his last eight matches for Leicester – but remains the Premier League top scorer
- Kevin de Bruyne needs just five more assists this season to break Thierry Henry’s 2002/03 record of 20
What are the odds?
Man City are overwhelming favourites to beat Leicester, despite just four points separating the pair and Guardiola’s men being away from home.
City are 8/11 to win at the King Power, while the Foxes are 10/3 to claim victory.
Sergio Aguero needs just two goals to go above Jamie Vardy in the Premier League scoring charts – and is just 9/2 to grab a brace, while long shot of 18/1 to net a hat-trick.
Meanwhile, Vardy is 13/8 to end his goal drought.
Odds are from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.