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Listen To Crystal Palace Match For Free On LCFC Radio

Leicester City supporters who are not able to make it to King Power Stadium can follow live and free coverage of Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace on LCFC Radio (5:30pm GMT kick-off).

- Leicester City host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday (5:30pm GMT kick-off)
- The King Power Stadium clash can be followed for free throughout the day on LCFC Radio
- Two hours of pre-match programming is available on the Club's social medial channels
- Live commentary can be accessed for free in the LCFC.com Match Centre 

The Foxes entertain Roy Hodgson's men on Filbert Way hoping to restore a place in the top half of the Premier League standings in Saturday's evening kick-off.

From 3:30pm GMT, the Pre-Match Pint, starring Lewis Mason, Matt Elliott and Nev Foulger, provides a relaxed perspective on the weekend's football.

Elliott, the Club's 2000 League Cup winning captain, and Foulger, a broadcast icon in the Leicester region, will also go head-to-head in the 'Matchday Playlist'.

Following an hour of discussion in the LCFC Radio studio, the Pre-Match Pint team will then hand over to Dan Bates, Nick Walsh and Gerry Taggart on Matchday Live, broadcast from the press box.

The hour-long pre-match preview, which will include interviews with key figures from the Foxes dressing room and expert opinion, will take you through to kick-off at King Power Stadium.

Show Starring On air from Available on
Pre-Match Pint Lewis Mason, Matt Elliott, Nev Foulger 3:30pm GMT Facebook, Twitter and LCFC.com
Matchday Live Dan Bates, Nick Walsh, Gerry Taggart 4:30pm GMT Facebook, Twitter (not in-play) and LCFC.com 


While the first two hours of LCFC Radio's matchday offering will be available to access on the Club's Facebook and Twitter feeds, in-play coverage must be listened to in the LCFC.com Match Centre.

It's free to subscribe - by clicking HERE - and guarantees access to hours of exclusive behind-the-scenes content and on-demand videos on LCFC.com, as well as ticketing and the Club's retail website.

Post-match reaction, meanwhile, returns to @LCFC social media accounts after the full-time whistle, providing more opinion and interviews from City's players and management.

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