Leicester City are back in Premier League action on Sunday as they will continue their 100% winning record in the league so far this season.
The Foxes recorded a memorable win on their final outing, which came away from Etihad Stadium last week as Pep Guardiola’s 5-2 winners over Manchester City.
Jamie Verdi scored a hat-trick in that game as he defended his Premier League Golden Boot.
He has also been active in the City transfer window since the game, adding a long-term defensive target Wesley Fofana to his squad ahead of what could be a busy campaign.
Leicester face West Ham at King Power Stadium this weekend, the last meeting between the two sides to see City emerge as the 4-1 winners.
Here’s what you need to know about upcoming fixtures.
When is the game?
The game takes place on Sunday, October 4, at 12 o’clock at night with a kick-off.
The match is being played at King Power Stadium, although no fans will be present.
Is it on TV?
Yes, like every Lister game so far this season, the match against Hammer will be shown live on TV.
You’ll be able to watch the game live on BT Sport 1, coverage will begin at 11:30 a.m. and end at 2:30 p.m.
BT Sport customers will also be able to stream the game through the BT Sport app.
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Brendan Rogers has largely dried his powder with just two new signings, but Monday is the time to change before the transfer deadline, with the window closing at 11 p.m.
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Dennis Pratt, Jamie Verdi and Johnny Evans were all suspected of Leicester injuries after leaving the field in the second half of the game against Man City.
However, City have gained momentum with all three potentially available for the game against the Hammers.
That means Ricardo Pereira and Wilfred NDD are the only definite absentees.
New signings could also enter Sengiz Under and Wesley Fofana.
Ryan Fredericks is the only injury concern to face West Ham ahead of his trip to King Power Stadium.
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