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The Essentials: A Guide To Leicester City's Trip To Everton

Leicester City return to Premier League action on Wednesday evening as they travel to meet Everton at Goodison Park (8:15pm kick-off).
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Ahead of City's 20th Premier League fixture of the 2020/21 season, has all you need to know about their latest clash with the Toffees.

How can I watch the game?

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BT Sport
BT Sport

The BT Sport cameras will be back at Goodison Park for the visit of Leicester City.

The much anticipated encounter between third-placed Leicester and sixth-placed Everton is to be shown live on BT Sport 2 for fans in the United Kingdom, with coverage starting at 8pm.

For supporters based outside of the UK, meanwhile, the following TV stations will also be broadcasting the fixture...

Country Channel Time
Australia Optus Sport 7:15am (Thursday)
Belgium Play Sports / Voo Sports 9:15pm
Brazil Fox Sports 3:15pm
Canada DAZN 3:15pm
China Tencent Sports 4:15am (Thursday)
Denmark TV3+ 8:15pm
Egypt BeIN Sports 10:15pm
Germany Sky Sports 9:15pm
Hong Kong NOW TV / NOW E 8:15pm
India Disney+ Hotstar / Star Sports 1:45am Thursday
Italy Sky Sports 9:15pm
Japan DAZN 5:15am (Thursday)
Mexico Sky Mexico 2:15pm
Portugal Sport TV 8:15pm
South Africa SuperSport 10:15pm
Thailand True Visions 3:15am (Thursday)
United States Peacock 3:15pm

Can't see your country of residence listed above? 
Click HERE to see the Premier League's full broadcast schedules.

Who's starring on LCFC TV?

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Çağlar Söyüncü
Çağlar Söyüncü

Matchday Live goes on air 90 minutes before kick-off on Wednesday evening.

The Blue Army will once again be able to tune into live and free coverage across the Club's channels, with Matchday Live going to air on LCFC.comFacebook and Twitter from 6:45pm.

A 90-minute preview show will include the expert opinion of Leicester favourites Steve Walsh, Matt Elliott and Gerry Taggart, as well as interviews and reaction to City's recent run of form.

Then, from 8:05pm, live commentary is available on, with commentator John Dunn joined by Taggart in the pressbox.

What's the officiating team on Sunday?

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Mike Dean
Mike Dean

Mike Dean is the referee for Wednesday night's fixture at King Power Stadium.

Mike Dean will be the man in the middle for Wednesday's encounter, assisted by Darren Cann and Mark Scholes. Tony Harrington is the fourth official, while Simon Hooper is on Video Assistant Referee (VAR) duty, assisted by Stephen Child.

When does everything happen?

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Youri Tielemans
Youri Tielemans

Youri Tielemans scored from the penalty spot in the Foxes' FA Cup victory.

Three days after beating Brentford 3-1 to progress into the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup, the Foxes are back on road, this time in the league. Here are all the important matchday timings...

Event Time
Matchday Live starts on LCFC TV 6:45pm
Team news is confirmed on @LCFC social 7:15pm
BT Sport coverage begins* 8pm
LCFC Radio coverage begins 8:05pm approx
Kick-off 8:15pm
Full-time 10pm approx
Short highlights on LCFC TV 12am Thursday approx
Extended highlights on LCFC TV 12am Thursday approx

*UK only.

Who's in contention to play?

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Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers speaks to the national and international media via Zoom on Monday afternoon.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference on Monday, Brendan Rodgers said: "He’s (Jamie Vardy) a little sore as you’d expect. He’s in really good form and hopefully he’s a quick healer and he’ll be back available fairly soon. [There's] no other [issues] than the boys that have been out; Vards (Jamie Vardy), obviously, [Dennis] Praet and Wes Morgan. Everyone else is coming through really well. Christian Fuchs has been training. He's played a great part for us in this first part of the season. He's not been involved so much of late because of the other players returning. But he’s fit and training well and he always makes himself available if he's required."

What happened last time?

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Wilfred Ndidi
Wilfred Ndidi

Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi holds off Everton's second goalscorer, Mason Holgate.

Everton produced a clinical performance to emerge 2-0 victors at King Power Stadium in December, taking home all three points thanks to a goal in each half from Richarlison and Mason Holgate.

Carlo Ancelotti's side are six points behind Leicester in the current standings, though they do have two games in hand on the Foxes.

When can I catch match highlights?

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James Maddison
James Maddison

James Maddison was on the scoresheet once again as City beat Brentford on Sunday.

Supporters will be able to access a two-minute highlights package on LCFC TV approximately two hours after full-time, which will be available for free to Digital Members on the Club's official website (free sign-up).

A full highlights video is set to be published on at midnight following the fixture, while short clips will also be available on Leicester City's official social media channels.

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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