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Your Guide To Saturday's Burnley Clash On Filbert Way

Leicester City welcome Burnley to King Power Stadium in the Premier League after both sides secured victories in the Carabao Cup in midweek.
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The Clarets, who defeated Rochdale on Tuesday, are currently 19th in the standings, while Leicester are 12th. The Foxes enjoyed a 2-0 win over Millwall at The Den on Wednesday evening. Ahead of Saturday's meeting on Filbert Way (3pm kick-off), here is everything you need to know...

Who's starring on LCFC TV?

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Matt Elliott
Matt Elliott

Matt Elliott cemented his place as a Leicester City legend in 2000 at Wembley Stadium.

From 1:30pm on Saturday, Matchday Live goes to air, with Dan Bates set to be joined in the studio by 2000 League Cup hero Matt Elliott, while 2014 Championship title winner Dean Hammond dials in from home to provide his views on the clash with the Clarets.

Then, from around 2:50pm, live commentary begins with former Foxes defender Gerry Taggart – also a Wembley winner 21 years ago – alongside Chris Parrott in the press box.

Another 30 minutes of reaction follows with all three ex-City stars providing their take on the action. The Blue Army can tune in, for free, to all pre and post-match broadcasting on @LCFC social media, while in-play coverage is also free on the LCFC.com Match Centre.

What do I need to know if I'm coming?

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King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium

The home of Leicester City Football Club ahead of another Premier League matchday.

COVID-19 spot checks will again be in place at King Power Stadium as part of efforts to minimise the risk of virus transmission, with Leicester City Football Club continuing to monitor developments in relation to conditions of entry for large events.

The Club requests supporters attending matches at King Power Stadium to arrive early due to the COVID-19 certification spot checks and security searches that may be taking place at entry points and as requested in the Club’s Supporter Code of Conduct.

To ensure the safety of everyone in attendance and to minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission, the spot checks will ask everyone over the age of 18 to confirm their COVID-19 status by:

- Demonstrating their COVID-19 Pass via the NHS App, PDF or NHS letter;
- Showing proof of a negative lateral flow or PCR test result from within the previous 48 hours; or
- Declaring an exemption from COVID-19 vaccinations and/or testing.

For more information, please click HERE.

What's the officiating team? 

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Chris Kavanagh
Chris Kavanagh

Premier League referee Chris Kavanagh will be the man in the middle on Saturday.

Referee Chris Kavanagh will be assisted by Adam Nunn and Neil Davies, while the fourth official will be Graham Scott. Jonathan Moss is on VAR duties, assisted by Timothy Wood.

When does everything happen?

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Young Leicester City Fans
Young Leicester City Fans

A capacity crowd will once again be in attendance at King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Use this guide of the day’s events to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the action…

Event Time
Matchday Live starts on LCFC TV 1:30pm
Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media 2pm
Commentary starts on LCFC Radio 2:50pm
Kick-off 3pm
Full-time 5:45pm
Two-minute goals video on LCFC TV 7:45pm
Short highlights and clips available on @LCFC social media 10pm
Match of the Day starts on BBC One* 10:30pm
Full highlights on LCFC TV 12am (Sunday)


*UK only.

What happened last time against Burnley?

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Kelechi Iheanacho
Kelechi Iheanacho

Kelechi Iheanacho hit a stunning strike for Leicester at Turf Moor last season.

The Foxes left Turf Moor with a 1-1 draw back in March as Matěj Vydra's fourth-minute opener was equalised in some style by Kelechi Iheanacho before the interval. The Nigerian hit international team-mate Wilfred Ndidi's forward ball first time on the volley to secure a point for Leicester.

Earlier on last season, on the other hand, Harvey Barnes, James Justin and Dennis Praet found the net, alongside an Erik Pieters own goal, in a 4-2 victory for City at King Power Stadium. Leicester are unbeaten in their last 10 home matches against the Clarets. 

How can I watch the game?  

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King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium

The Blue Army greet the Foxes onto the field of play at King Power Stadium.

The following TV stations from around the world will be housing live coverage of the action...

Country Channel Local time
Australia Optus Sport 1am (Sunday)
Belgium Play Sports 4pm
Canada DAZN 9am
Denmark viaplay 4pm
Egypt beIN Sports 4pm
France RMC Sport & Canal+ 4pm
Hong Kong NOW 11pm
Netherlands Ziggo Sports 4pm 
New Zealand Spark Sport 3am (Sunday)
South Africa Super Sports 4pm
Thailand true visions 9pm
United States NBC SN & Universo 10am


Can't see your country above? Click HERE for the Premier League's full schedules.

When can I catch match highlights?

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Ademola Lookman
Ademola Lookman

Ademola Lookman scored his first goal for the Club in Wednesday's Carabao Cup victory at Millwall.

Around two hours after full-time, 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 Saturday 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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