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Leicester vs Chelsea, live! How to watch, TV info, prediction, odds

Allan Saint-Maximin reflects on his journey so far at Newcastle, pays tribute to former manager Steve Bruce and looks forward to his next chapter on Tyneside.

Leicester vs Chelsea promises plenty as the Foxes hope to jumpstart their season by halting Chelsea’s title charge on Saturday (start time 7:30am ET on NBCSN and online via at the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes saw a two-match win streak turn to a two-match winless run before the break, and beating the table-topping Blues would send a serious message to the PL.


Chelsea’s coming off a draw but still leads second-place Man City and third-place West Ham by three points. The Blues’ 26 points are impressive, and so are the paltry four goals they’ve conceded en route to the PL’s best goal differential through 11 matches.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Leicester vs Chelsea.

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Leicester City team news, injuries, lineup

Wesley Fofana is still out, as is James Justin. Marc Albrighton return for the Foxes but Youri Tielemans is out.

Chelsea team news, injuries, lineup

Chelsea fans will be happy to hear that Timo Werner and Marcos Alonso are fit to return, and they are on the bench. Mateo Kovacic is out and so too is Romelu Lukaku, but the latter may be back soon. Christian Pulisic wasn’t fit to start either of the USMNT’s World Cup qualifiers and he is on the bench for Chelsea.

Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Chelsea is a favorite to win to the tune of -130, while a draw pays +260. The payout is +350 if Leicester City claims all three points.

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Anything can happen coming out of an international break, but Thomas Tuchel’s men are well-equipped to deal with the challenge of a trip to Brendan Rodgers and Co. Let’s hope for a Christian Pulisic start, but either way we expect something like Leicester 1-3 Chelsea.

How to watch Leicester vs Chelsea live, stream and start time

Kick off: 7:30am ET SaturdayTV Channel: NBCSN
Stream: Online via

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