- LCFC TV will broadcast Leicester City's pre-season friendly against OH Leuven on Saturday
- The 1pm kick-off will be shown live and for free on LCFC.com and @LCFC on YouTube
- City and OHL will play two halves of 45 minutes, followed by an additional 30 minutes
- Matty Fryatt and Matt Elliott will star across the coverage, which begins at 12pm
OHL, who have been under the ownership of King Power since 2017, were promoted to the Belgian top-flight in 2020 and have since established themselves in the top division. Scorching temperatures await the Foxes in the stunning city of Leuven this weekend following a week in Évian, France.
It promises to be a memorable occasion for the members of the Blue Army who are making the short trip to Belgium's Flemish region. Nevertheless, supporters back in the UK, and around the world, will still be able to follow the action as it unfolds with live and free coverage on LCFC TV.
Highlights – Leicester City 1 Notts County 2
Extended highlights from Leicester City's opening pre-season friendly of the summer - a 2-1 reverse to Notts County in Seagrave.
Before kick-off at King Power At Den Dreef Stadion, Dan Bates and former City striker Matty Fryatt will star during an hour-long pre-show. Including reaction to last weekend's friendly with Notts County, and access to Leicester's stay in Évian, the show will be broadcast on LCFC.com and YouTube.
Then, commentator Chris Parrott and ex-Foxes skipper Matt Elliott will be on hand to talk you through all the developments as Brendan Rodgers' City take on Marc Brys' OHL. Highlights and post-match interviews, on the other hand, will be available across @LCFC social media in the hours to follow.
Please note, the teams will play two halves of 45 minutes in Saturday's match, followed by an additional 30 minutes to give players as many minutes as possible as they prepare for the new campaign.
All times BST.
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