Everton vs Leicester City LIVE - Team news, line-ups, kick-off time, TV channel, score and stream
Leicester vs Everton live stream will be shown on many different channels across the world, but what if you're not in your home country and want to watch it on your usual service?
Leicester City have an opportunity to immediately bounce back from a late defeat away at Newcastle United when they travel to the North West to face Everton today.
A last-minute winner saw City lose for the first time in the league for over a month at St James' Park on Sunday. Before that Brendan Rodgers ' side had won two and drawn another of their last three matches before defeat in the North East.
Everton on the other hand had a weekend off due to FA Cup commitments for their scheduled opponents. They are coming into this still riding high after beating Manchester United in their last home match earlier this month.
The Blues go into the match on the back of a mini break from action, with their last outing coming 11 days ago when they beat Manchester United 1-0 at Goodison Park.
Frank Lampard's side return to their home stadium this evening looking for another precious three points as they bid to move clear of the relegation zone.
Everton currently sit three points above third-bottom Burnley, albeit with a game in hand. Win here and they'd have clear daylight between themselves and the Clarets before the Burnley vs Southampton game on Thursday. But defeat, coupled with a win for their relegation rivals, would see them draw level as the season nears its conclusion.
For Leicester, the stakes are far lower; they have almost no chance of making it into the European places, and definitely no chance of being relegated. Instead, their focus will be on the Europa League Conference semi-final next week against Roma.
Understandably, then, manager Brendan Rodgers may choose to rest players for this game — which could give Everton the advantage. And they may need it: they've won only three Premier League games in 2022 as their long stay in the top flight has come under serious threat.
Everton are currently three points clear of the bottom three with a game in hand and that could be extended to six points with victory over the Foxes tonight.
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Everton are finally back in Premier League action as they take on Leicester City tonight.
The Blues face the Foxes at Goodison Park following an 11-day mini break from their last match which saw them claim a 1-0 win over Manchester United Anthony Gordon netted the only goal of that game.
Frank Lampard’s side go into tonight’s match against Leicester three points clear of the relegation zone with a game in hand. Burnley have played a game more and are due to play Southampton on Thursday night. Here, we take a look at how Everton fans in the UK and across the globe are able to follow tonight’s match.