Leicester City v Chelsea live stream, Saturday 20 November, 12.30pm GMT
Chelsea will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table by beating Leicester in the early kick-off on Saturday.
Victory at the King Power Stadium would see the Blues move six points clear at the summit of the standings, at least temporarily. Thomas Tuchel’s side slipped up in their game immediately prior to the international break, drawing 1-1 with Burnley at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea created enough chances to win that match many times over, but profligacy in front of goal ultimately proved costly.
That is an area Tuchel will be looking to improve, although it should be noted that Chelsea were missing several key attacking players for the visit of Sean Dyche’s team. On the plus side they still have the best defensive record in the division, having shipped only four goals so far.
Leicester will be looking to belatedly kick-start their season after an inconsistent first 11 matches. The Foxes are 12th in the table going into Saturday’s contest and have only registered back-to-back victories once so far this term. Brendan Rodgers’ side have not kept a clean sheet since the opening weekend of the campaign and will need to be much more solid to keep Chelsea’s attack quiet.
Chelsea will hope to welcome Romelu Lukaku back after a spell on the sidelines, but the Belgium international might only be fit enough for a place among the substitutes. Timo Werner is also nearing a return and Marcos Alonso and Mason Mount are available, but Mateo Kovacic looks set to miss out with a hamstring strain and Thiago Silva returned late from international duty.
Leicester will have to make do without Wesley Fofana, who will not play again this calendar year. James Justin and Youri Tielemans are also out with injury, but Marc Albrighton and Ryan Bertrand could feature in some capacity.
Kick-off is at 12.30pm GMT on Saturday 20 November and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1. See below for international broadcast options.
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