Both teams have made promising starts to the 2021/22 campaign, with the Seagulls occupying sixth place in the early top-flight standings, while City lie in ninth position ahead of their trip to the south coast.
Before the weekend’s fixture gets underway, take a look at everything you need to know…
Who's starring on LCFC TV?
Co-commentator Dean Hammond enjoyed two spells at Brighton before moving to Leicester.
From 12:30pm, former Foxes defenders Gerry Taggart and Matt Elliott will join Dan Bates in the studio for Matchday Live, bringing almost 90 minutes of previews and predictions, including team news from 2pm.
Then, at approximately 2:50pm, we’ll cross live to Brighton where another ex-City star, Dean Hammond, will be in position alongside James Fielden to provide live, ball-by-ball commentary and analysis via LCFC Radio - available on the dedicated LCFC.com Match Centre.
The discussion will continue for a further half an hour post-match, as Hammond re-joins the conversation to run the rule over proceedings in Falmer and assess the day’s action, with interviews from the Leicester City dressing room if time allows.
All pre and post-match broadcasting will be on @LCFC social media, with in-play coverage on LCFC.com, while highlights and post-match reaction from the Foxes camp will be posted to Club's official website in the hours following full-time.
What's the officiating team?
Stuart Attwell is set to be the man in the middle for Sunday's top-flight clash in Falmer.
Overseeing the encounter will be referee Stuart Attwell, alongside assistants Dan Cook and Simon Long. Graham Scott, meanwhile, is the fourth official, with Peter Bankes on VAR duties, assisted by Wade Smith.
When does everything happen?
Premier League stadiums have welcomed back supporters this season.
Use this guide of the day’s events to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the action…
|Matchday Live starts on LCFC TV||12:30pm|
|Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media||1pm|
|Commentary starts on LCFC Radio||1:50pm approx|
|Two-minute goals video on LCFC TV||5:45pm approx|
|Short highlights and clips available on @LCFC social media||10pm|
|Match of the Day 2 starts on BBC One*||10:30pm|
|Full highlights on LCFC TV||12am (Monday)|
What happened last time against Brighton?
The unlikely match winner on City's last trip to AMEX Stadium, Daniel Amartey.
Leicester City came from behind to emerge 2-1 victors in the last meeting between the two sides at AMEX Stadium in March 2021.
Adam Lallana’s early strike had the home side ahead after just 10 minutes, but Kelechi Iheanacho’s well-taken finish levelled matters shortly after the hour mark, following an inch-perfect pass from team-mate Youri Tielemans.
How can I watch the game?
Premier League Ball
Matchday five of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign commences this weekend.
The following TV stations from around the world will be housing live coverage of the action...
|Australia||Optus Sport||12am (Monday)|
|Belgium||Play Sports & Voo Sports||2pm|
|Hong Kong||NOW TV & NOW E||1pm|
|India||Disney+ Hotstar & Star Sports||6:30pm|
|New Zealand||Spark Sport||2am (Monday)|
Can't see your country above? Click HERE for the Premier League's full schedules.
When can I catch match highlights?
The Foxes enjoyed success on their last Premier League away trip, defeating Norwich City at Carrow Road.
Around two hours after full-time on the south coast, a two-minute highlights package - which is available for free to Digital Members on the Club's official website (free sign-up) - will be posted on LCFC TV.
Leicester City's official social media channels, meanwhile, will post short clips from the day's action from 10pm on Sunday evening, while extended match highlights will be published on LCFC.com from midnight (12am) on Monday following the fixture.
All times BST unless stated otherwise.
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