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Leicester City vs Watford 2017 live stream: game time, TV schedule and how to watch Premier League online

One more win would see us safe

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It’s still a little bit uncertain what our goals should be right now; a win today would see us safe from relegation, but could also move us as high as 9th, so should we be looking up or down? The truth is that in a table as closely packed together as this one currently is, I’m not sure it’s worth thinking about. 9th and 16th are separated by four points, so all you can do try to keep winning and see where you fall in that range.

Watford are also in that grouping, two places behind the Foxes, but level on points. The Hornets have been up and down of late, winning and losing three of their last six, but have lost two on the bounce, including against relegation candidates Hull City, so should be beatable today.

Check out below for all the information on how to watch, along with team news and lineups when they come.

Location: King Power Stadium, Leicester, England

Kick-off time: 15:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM Eastern, 7:00 PM Pacific

Available TV: CNBC (US), Sportsnet (Canada)

Available streaming: NCB Sports Live (US), Sportsnet World Now (Canada)

For full international listings see LiveSoccerTV.com

Leicester City Team News:

Shakespeare admitted in the week that he’d been leading us all on and Wes Morgan was never in contention against West Brom. In fact, he’s unlikely to return until next week.

Watford Team News:

After being forced off by injury on Monday night Miguel Britos is unlikely to play today, along with Roberto Pereyra, Mauro Zarate, Ben Watson, Younes Kaboul, Craig Cathcart and Jose Holebas, who were all absent against Liverpool.

Lineups:

Leicester City: no change for the Foxes.

Watford: Gomes; Mariappa, Prödl, Kabasele; Amrabat, Doucouré, Cleverley, Capoue, Janmaat; Niang, Okaka

While we wait for the game to start, enjoy our Under 23 side not being terrible for once. Gordon (no.9) was signed last month from non-league Stafford Rangers, so he’s probably a young Jamie Vardy.

As always, enjoy the game and please leave your comments below.