After getting back on track with their first points of the season against Arsenal last weekend, Leicester City will head into this match against Swansea confident of earning their first win of this young season.
The Swans also fell foul of Hull City last weekend, but are currently ahead of us in the table with a 100% record on the road. For more thoughts on this fixture, read our full match preview.
I also do not see them (Swansea) getting anything at Leicester. The Foxes' draw with Arsenal was a bit of a nothing game but I think they will be back on song for this one - BBC Pundit Mark Lawrenson
Check out below for how to watch today’s Leicester vs Arsenal encounter, along with team news when it comes.
Location: King Power Stadium, Leicester, England
Kick-off time: 15:00 PM GMT, 10:00 PM Eastern, 07:00 AM Pacific
Available TV: NBC Premier League Extra Time (US), TSN5 (Canada), not broadcast in UK
Available streaming: NBC Sports Live (USA)
For full international listings see LiveSoccerTV.com
Leicester City Team News
Neither Nampalys Mendy, injured last week, nor Jeff Schlupp are likely to be available until after the international break, but Claudio Ranieri has the rest of his squad to chose from.
Swansea City Team News
Record signing Borja Baston and Wales international Neil Taylor are both still struggling for fitness, but otherwise Swansea are healthy and suspension free.
One change for Leicester, to replace the injured Mendy; Daniel Amartey becomes Drinky’s third midfield parter is as many games:
Today’s starting XI. #LeiSwa pic.twitter.com/dULNmO3NBa— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 27, 2016
No changes for Swansea, who line up as: Fabianski; Naughton, Fernandez, Amat, Kingsley; Cork, Fer; Barrow, Sigurdsson, Routeledge; Llorente.
Enjoy the game and feel free to add your comments below.
Our biggest win of that magical season... #LeiSwa pic.twitter.com/TalsJRcmTb— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 27, 2016