Both sides will be looking to get back to winning ways after City were beaten by Arsenal at King Power Stadium, while the Clarets suffered defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur in north London.
Ahead of Wednesday's outing, here's your vital matchday information...
How can I watch the game?
Laura Woods, Sky Sports
Sky Sports' coverage begins at 5:30pm on Wednesday evening.
Sky Sports will provide coverage of the game in Lancashire from 5:30pm on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
Elsewhere around the world, the international Blue Army can use the following TV stations.
|Australia||Optus Sport||5am (Thursday)|
|China||Tencent Sports||2am (Thursday)|
|New Zealand||Spark Sports||7am (Thursday)|
|South Africa||Super Sports||8pm|
|Thailand||true visions||1am (Thursday)|
|United States||NBC SN & Universo||1pm|
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Who's starring on LCFC TV?
LCFC TV and LCFC Radio continue to provide live and free coverage of every Leicester City fixture.
The pre-match views of 2000 League Cup winners Matt Elliott and Tony Cottee can be found on Matchday Live 90 minutes before kick-off.
Then, they hand over to commentator John Dunn and co-commentator Gerry Taggart, who will be positioned in the press box at Turf Moor.
After running you through all of Wednesday’s action, we’ll re-join Elliott and Cottee for live reaction to City’s 27th Premier League match of the campaign.
Matchday Live's pre and post-match programming can be accessed on @LCFC social media channels, while commentary is completely free of charge for Digital Members who sign in.
What's the officiating team?
Andy Madley will be the man in the middle for Wednesday's clash.
Andy Madley is the referee at Turf Moor, assisted by Adrian Holmes and Richard West, while the fourth official is Jonathan Moss. Stuart Attwell will oversee VAR, assisted by Neil Davies.
When does everything happen?
Leicester make the trip to Turf Moor on Wednesday evening.
Ahead of City's latest outing, here's your essential matchday timings...
|Matchday Live begins on LCFC TV||4:30pm|
|Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media||5pm|
|Sky Sports coverage commences*||5:30pm|
|Commentary starts on LCFC Radio||5:50pm|
|Short highlights on LCFC TV||9:45pm approx|
|Match of the Day 2 starts on BBC One*||10:45pm|
|Full highlights on LCFC TV||12am (Thursday)|
What's the injury news?
Harvey Barnes is likely to spend six weeks in recovery from a knee issue.
On Harvey Barnes (knee), Brendan Rodgers told the media on Monday: "We’re hopeful that he’ll be going in for surgery tomorrow. Part of the patellar is separated in the knee, that’s come away, so it’s just a repair job there and hopefully he can be back in six weeks.
"It is much better news that what we thought it could have been, especially after JJ’s (James Justin) injury, so that’s where we’re at with him."
Jonny Evans (calf), on the other hand, was set to have a scan on Monday: "Jonny’s from the old school, he’ll play through anything and everything to help out his team.
"It’s been an issue for a few weeks and, early in the game yesterday, it was aggravating it up to a point where, later on, he couldn’t continue. We’ll get a scan done on that today and see where he’s at."
What happened last time?
Burnley-born Harvey Barnes scored his second goal in three games in all competitions at Turf Moor last season.
Despite Harvey Barnes' first-half opener, the Foxes fell to defeat on 19 January, 2020 as goals from Chris Wood and Ashley Westwood sealed a 2-1 victory for Burnley at Turf Moor, in a game which also saw Jamie Vardy denied from the penalty spot.
When can I catch match highlights?
No player has featured more often across the current campaign than Youri Tielemans.
A two-minute highlights package will be available for supporters to access on LCFC TV approximately two hours after full-time, which is available for free to Digital Members on the Club's official website (free sign-up).
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.
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