Burnley v Leicester City live stream, Sky Sports, Wednesday 4 March, 6pm GMT
Burnley and Leicester will both be looking to bounce back from weekend defeats when they meet at Turf Moor.
Brendan Rodgers’ side took the lead against Arsenal on Sunday, but Mikel Arteta’s men fought back to win 3-1 at the King Power Stadium. This was another disappointing result for Leicester on their own patch, with the Foxes possessing only the seventh best home record in the Premier League this term. That will need to improve if they are to hold onto their top-four spot.
Burnley were thrashed 4-0 by Tottenham at the weekend, but they remain five points clear of the bottom three. Fulham’s improving form may have left some Clarets fans looking nervously over their shoulders, and Sean Dyche will be keen to see his team end a three-match winless run when Leicester come to town on Wednesday.
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Burnley will have to make do without Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Ashley Barnes, who are both nursing thigh injuries. Chris Wood made his return as a late substitute in the defeat by Spurs, and the New Zealand international will expect to be back in the starting XI for this one. Erik Pieters is a doubt, so Charlie Taylor will continue at left-back, while Robbie Brady is closing in on a return to first-team action following a spell on the sidelines with an ankle problem.
Leicester’s injury problems deepened at the weekend, as Harvey Barnes was forced off with a knee injury. The winger has had surgery and will be fit again this term, although Rodgers could be without him until the middle of April. Ayoze Perez also has a knee problem, while Dennis Praet is still out with a thigh injury.
Leicester hope to have James Maddison and Jonny Evans available for selection, but they will be unable to call upon the services of James Justin, Wesley Fofana and Wes Morgan as they look to return to winning ways.
Kick-off is at 6pm GMT and the game is being shown on BT Sport 1 in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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