Leicester v Chelsea Live Stream Match Details
DATE: March 18th 2018
TIME: 16:30 (UK)
WHERE: King Power Stadium, Leicester
COMPETITION: Emirates FA Cup Quarter Final
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How to Watch Leicester v Chelsea Live Stream
After the midweek trip to Barcelona, Chelsea will be keen to put aside their European exit and put all their focus on the FA Cup quarter final tie at the King Power Stadium. You can watch Chelsea live on TV this Sunday with BBC One (available to all UK viewers) showing Leicester v Chelsea live stream at 16:30 UK time.
This is really the only piece of silverware that Antonio Conte’s side can collect this season so it’s expected that Chelsea will field their strongest side to knock off a far from easy tie against the former Premier League champions.
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Leicester v Chelsea Head-to-Head Record
The Blues will look at their last string of fixtures against the Foxes and feel pretty confident of their chances on Sunday. In fact it was 2015, during Leicester’s title winning season, that home side last picked up a win over the Blues. They have already gone head-to-head twice this season with a 2-1 win away at Leicester and Claude Puel’s side earning a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea last played Leicester in the FA cup back in 2012, earning an entertaining 5-2 victory.
|13 Jan 2018||Chelsea v Leicester City||0-0||Draw|
|09 Sep 2017||Leicester City v Chelsea||1-2||Win|
|14 Jan 2017||Leicester City v Chelsea||0-3||Win|
|15 Oct 2016||Chelsea v Leicester City||3-0||Win|
|20 Sep 2016||Leicester City v Chelsea||2-4||Win|
Leicester v Chelsea FA Cup Implications
Chelsea have to win to appease their fans who will otherwise face a season without silverware. Leicester though will prove to be no pushovers and are finding a bit of form domestically with Mahrez and Vardy once again linking up well last weekend. The winner of the tie will earn a semi final fixture at Wembley, but a draw will see the game forced into extra time – whatever happens this game will be decided on Sunday.