- Leicester City's Under-23s travel to meet West Ham United at Rush Green on Friday
- The youthful Foxes have recorded back-to-back 1-1 draws ahead of their latest PL2 encounter
- It will be City's first away fixture of 2021 following seven successive home games
- Fans can follow all the action from east London by checking LCFC's social media channels
City's youngsters have not played a competitive fixture since taking a point from their clash with PL2 title-holders Chelsea Under-23s on Monday 1 March, when Tyrese Shade scored the equaliser - his second goal of an injury-disrupted season.
It was a second successive stalemate at LCFC Training Ground, following the 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion Under-23s in Seagrave, secured thanks to Kasey McAteer's goal, which ended a four-game winless streak.
Goals: Leicester City U23s 2 West Ham United U23s 1
Enjoy the goals from King Power Stadium as a brace from Demarai Gray sealed victory for Leicester City's Development Squad.
City's youngsters remain 11th in the Premier League 2 Division 1 table and face a West Ham side sitting 13th and seven points behind the Foxes, though they do have a game in hand. The Hammers picked up a point from their last outing, a 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Saturday.
Leicester came out on top when they last met the east Londoners, however, winning 2-1 at King Power Stadium in November courtesy of Demarai Gray's brace, despite playing the majority of the game with 10 men after Vontae Daley-Campbell's early red card.
Supporters will be able to keep across all of the action from Rush Green as it happens by following LCFC’s social media channels on Friday evening, with the Club's Twitter account housing team news and in-game updates.
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