Leeds United v Leicester City live stream, Sunday 7 November, 2pm
Leicester will be looking to return to winning ways in the Premier League when they face Leeds on Sunday.
Brendan Rodgers' side were made to pay for a slow start to their meeting with Arsenal last time out. The Gunners came out on the front foot and took a 2-0 lead through Gabriel Magalhaes and Emile Smith Rowe, before successfully soaking up pressure for the remainder of the match. Leicester did create chances and could perhaps have got back into the game, but the Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale was superb throughout.
The Foxes are yet to get going this season and are in the bottom half of the table going into the weekend. Defensive shakiness continues to undermine them, particularly away from home – only Aston Villa, Burnley and Norwich have shipped more goals on the road than Leicester. They are also in a precarious position in the Europa League following a 1-1 draw with Spartak Moscow on Thursday.
Leeds eked out a 2-1 victory over Norwich last weekend to move three points clear of the drop zone. It was not a vintage display from Marcelo Bielsa's men, but the Argentine will have been delighted to pick up maximum points on the road for the first time this season. Raphinha was the star of the show and has almost single-handedly carried the Leeds attack at times in recent weeks.
The Whites remain without Robin Koch, Patrick Bamford and Luke Ayling for the visit of Leicester. Bielsa could stick with the 3-3-3-1 formation he used against Norwich if the Foxes opt for a front two, in which case Mateusz Klich is likely to remain on the bench.
Leicester will be unable to call upon the services of James Justin, Marc Albrighton and Wesley Fofana on Sunday. Ayoze Perez is available again, while Harvey Barnes, Ricardo Pereira and James Maddison are in contention too.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT on Sunday 7 November. See below for international broadcast options.
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