Where can I watch the game?
Sky Sports will broadcast live coverage of the match in the UK.
Sunday's clash with Liverpool on Merseyside will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event (artificial noise) and Sky Sports Premier League (ambient noise) from 7pm in the United Kingdom.
Members of the international Blue Army keen to watch the action unfold, meanwhile, can tune in using the following TV stations.
|Australia||Optus Sport||6:15am (Monday)|
|Belgium||Play Sports & Voo Sports||8:15pm|
|China||Tencent Sport||3:15am (Monday)|
|France||Canal & RMC Sport||7:15pm|
|Hong Kong||NOW||3:15am (Monday)|
|India||Select HD & Disney+ Hotstar||12:45am (Monday)|
|New Zealand||Spark Sports||8:15am (Monday)|
|South Africa||Super Sports||9:15pm|
|Turkey||Saran S Sport||10:15pm|
|United States||NBC SN & Universo||2:15pm|
Can't see your country listed above? Click HERE to check the Premier League's full broadcast schedules.
Who's starring on LCFC TV?
LCFC TV and LCFC Radio will once again be your place for free and comprehensive coverage.
Leicester City favourites Matt Elliott, Steve Walsh and Gerry Taggart will star on the Club's channels, starting at 6:15pm on LCFC TV.
While ex-City skippers Elliott and Walsh will speak for 60 minutes ahead of kick-off, Taggart will be on commentary duties for LCFC Radio at Anfield to talk you through the action.
Another half-an-hour of reaction will also be provided, for free, including interviews with key figures within the Leicester City dressing room after the full-time whistle.
What about Fantasy Premier League?
FPL managers have until 90 minutes before the first game of the weekend to make changes.
The deadline to make changes to your Fantasy Premier League team is 11am on Saturday, ahead of the clash between Newcastle United and Chelsea (12:30pm kick-off).
There will be four games each on Saturday and Sunday, before a double-header on Monday, concluding with Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Southampton.
What's the officiating team on Sunday?
Chris Kavanagh will be the man in the middle on Sunday.
Referee Chris Kavanagh will be assisted by Daniel Cook and Marc Perry at Anfield, while the fourth official is Paul Tierney. VAR will be overseen by Andre Marriner and assistant Nick Hopton.
When does everything happen?
With supporters still being asked to follow from home, Sunday's game is live on Sky Sports.
Your guide to matchday to help you put plans in place for kick-off...
|Matchday Live begins on LCFC TV||6:15pm|
|Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media||6:15pm|
|Sky Sports coverage begins*||7pm|
|LCFC Radio commentary starts||7:05pm|
|Match of the Day 2 goes live*||10:40pm|
|Short highlights on LCFC TV||11pm approx|
|Full highlights on LCFC TV||12am (Monday)|
* Only available in the United Kingdom.
Who's in contention to play?
Summer signing Castagne is continuing his rehabilitation from a hamstring issue.
Speaking to the media on Friday, manager Brendan Rodgers said: "Timothy Castagne's back in again, which is great news, and Wesley Fofana will be fine, so we’re slowly starting to get our players back. Ricardo [Pereira’s] in training with the group, which is great news, and he’ll most probably play in a reserve game next week. He’s progressing really well. Wilf [Ndidi] is out on the field. He still has a number of weeks to go, but he’s progressing well. [Çağlar] Söyüncü, likewise, is maybe a few weeks away, but training with the squad."
What happened last time?
James Maddison celebrates levelling the scores at Anfield.
Late penalty drama sealed a narrow 2-1 victory for Liverpool on the last occasion in which Liverpool hosted Leicester City at Anfield, on Saturday 5 October, 2019.
Sadio Mané gave the Reds a lead at the break, but as the Foxes grew into the game they started to threaten more and, in the 80th minute, James Maddison's stylish finish restored parity on the scoresheet.
However, with seconds to spare, Liverpool were awarded a penalty, duly dispatched by James Milner in the fifth minute of additional time on Merseyside. That defeat, however, did spark an eight-game winning run for Leicester.
When can I catch watch highlights?
Jamie Vardy, from the spot, scores his eighth Premier League goal of 2020/21 with a penalty against Wolves.
Just two hours after full-time in Manchester, you can access a two-minute highlights package on LCFC TV - available for free to Digital Members on the Club's official website (free sign-up).
Short clips will also be available on Leicester City's official social media channels, while a full highlights video will be published on LCFC.com at midnight following the fixture.
Please note that in the interests of safety, Leicester City’s fixtures will continue to be played behind closed doors. To ensure matches can still go ahead and to help control the spread of COVID-19, the Football Club kindly asks its supporters to continue to follow their team from home and not to gather at any stadia.
All times GMT unless stated otherwise.
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