The hosts are reeling from the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri last week, just nine months after the Italian led the Foxes to the Premier League title. Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can capitalise on their turmoil.
The Reds looked back on song as they beat Tottenham 2-0 at Anfield in their previous game on 11 February. A Spanish training camp later and a reinvigorated Liverpool could move up to third with three points at the King Power Stadium.
The match gets underway at 8pm GMT — that’s 3pm New York, 12noon California, 5am (Thursday) Sydney, 3am (Thursday) Singapore, 11pm Dubai and 10pm in Nairobi.
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Rest of the world (TV)
Fans can find the match on the following channels worldwide:
beIN Sports 1 (Andorra), SuperSport 3 Africa, ESPN Play Argentina, Setanta Sports Eurasia +, beIN Sports Australia, Eleven Belgium, Klik SPORT, Diema Sport, beIN Sports Connect, ESPN Latin America, 6’eren, ESPN Cono Sur, Viaplay Finland, Digi Sport 1, Stoo 2 Sport, TEN 2, Sky Sports 1 (UK & Ireland), Sky Sport Plus HD (Italy), Eurosport Russia, Ziggo Sport Select, Eurosport Norway, Eleven Sports Poland, Sport Tv3, Digi Sport 2, Viaplay Sweden.
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