Leicester vs Man City LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time, and team news for TODAY'S Premier League fixture

MANCHESTER CITY are back in Premier League action after the international break with a crucial trip to Leicester.

City – who this week confirmed Sergio Aguero is leaving at the end of the season – lead the Premier League by 14 points.


When is Man City vs Leicester?

  • Man City vs Leicester takes place on Saturday, April 3.
  • The match kicks off5.30pm BST.
  • Leicester's King Power Stadium – with no fans in attendance – plays host.

What TV channel and live stream is Man City vs Leicester on?

  • Man City vs Leicester will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
  • Sky begin their coverage at 5pm.
  • To stream the game live, head to your Sky Go account.
  • You can also watch with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.

What is the team news?

 James Maddison is closing in on a return in a huge boost for the Foxes.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers said: "We’re hopeful that, if he can have a good couple of weeks during the international break, he could be close when we get back. He just looked like he had his confidence back.

"He was doing his ball work, multi-directional work, and I think he was really pleased. Hopefully, over the international break, we can step that up and he can join us after that."

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    Welcome to our live coverage of the Premier League clash between Leicester and Manchester City at the King Power Stadium.

    City and the Foxes return to action following the recent international break and are looking to seal their place at the top and top four of the table respectively.

    Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers is set to welcome James Maddison back to the fold following the midfielder's recent bout with a hip injury he suffered in late February.

    Ricardo Pereira is also in contention after healing from a hamstring problem but Harvey Barnes and James Justin are still out with a knee and cruciate ligament injury respectively.

    City manager Pep Guardiola, on the other hand, is expected to have a full-strength squad available for this tricky trip to Leicester.

    Guardiola hasn't reported any fitness concerns following the international break but did admit the club is still waiting on some returning players' coronavirus test results.

    The City boss said on Friday: "There are six, seven players we haven't seen because yesterday they weren't able to come in for the bubble, for the test.

    "So today we will have a training session and decide the team, how the players have come back from the international break"

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