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Legia Warsaw v Leicester live stream: How to watch the Europa League from anywhere in the world

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Legia Warsaw v Leicester live stream, BT Sport, Thursday 30 September, 5.30pm BST

Looking for a Legia Warsaw v Leicester live stream? We've got you covered with our handy guide.

Leicester travel to Poland to face Legia Warsaw in their second Europa League Group C game.

The Foxes threw away a 2-0 lead to draw at home to Napoli in their opener, while Legia scored in stoppage time to secure a 1-0 win away to Spartak Moscow.

It's been an inconsistent start to 2021/22 for Brendan Rodgers' side. Since beating Manchester City to claim the Community Shield, last season's FA Cup winners have won only three of their eight games in all competitions - with their most recent outing yielding a 2-2 draw against Burnley.

Legia asserted their position as the dominant force in Polish football last season, winning the Ekstraklasa title for the fifth time in six years. They've made a poor start to the defence of their title, though, losing four out of seven league matches at the beginning of a season which started in early July with Champions League qualifying.

The hosts have a number of doubts for this game - including former Celtic, Southampton and Bournemouth goalkeeper Artur Boruc - while ex-Leicester midfielder Bartosz Kapustka won't face his former club due to a serious knee injury sustained earlier in the season.

The Foxes will be without the suspended Wilfred Ndidi for the trip to the Polish capital, with long-term absentees James Justin and Wesley Fofana still out of contention.

Kick-off is at 8pm BST and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 2 in the UK.

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Use a VPN to watch a Legia Warsaw v Leicester live stream from outside your country

If you’re on holiday or just simply out of the country, your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows exactly where you are from your IP address. Your access to the game will be automatically blocked, which is annoying if you’ve paid a subscription fee and don't want to use an illegal stream that decides to buffer at the worst possible moment. And that's where we recommend ExpressVPN (more on which below). 

All you need to do is get a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to get beyond such aggravations (assuming it complies with your broadcaster’s T&Cs). A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, meaning suppliers can’t work out where you are and what you’re doing. The info going to and from is entirely encrypted.

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