04 December 2020 02:33
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Leicester City's fifth Europa League Group G fixture, away at Zorya Luhansk. City secured qualification with last week's topsy-turvy 3-3 draw in Braga, but can now seal top spot with a win in Zaporizhia, the new home of Zorya, 250 miles from Luhansk, which is in the middle of a conflict zone. Ricardo Pereira, Caglar Soyuncu, and Wilfred Ndidi will all start as they make their comebacks from injury, while Kasper Schmeichel, Jonny Evans, Youri Tielemans, and Jamie Vardy, will, like you and me, be watching on the telly, after they were given a rest. Leicester City can secure top spot in Group H when they travel to Zorya Luhansk in the fifth round of Europa League fixtures this week. Meanwhile, Luhansk will be looking to salvage some pride after a disappointing campaign so far.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Zorya Luhansk v Leicester on TV and online. When is Zorya Luhansk v Leicester on TV? Zorya Luhansk v Leicester will take place on Thursday 3rd December 2020. Check out our Europa League fixtures and live football on TV guides for the latest times and information. Zorya Luhansk v Leicester will kick off at 5:55pm.
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Brendan Rodgers' side responded to the defeat at Anfield by securing a creditable 3-3 draw with Braga in the Europa League, and the manager will be looking for a similar reaction here. You can get 8/11 for a Leicester victory with Betfred, as well as £30 in Free Bets + 60 Free Spins when you bet £10. A last-gasp equaliser against Braga last week maintained their unbeaten record in Europe this term, but Zorya Luhansk still have an outside chance of qualification and will not be pushovers on their own patch. You can get 4/1 for a Zorya Luhansk victory with Betfair, as well as up to £100 in Free Bets. Leicester are still without Wilfred Ndidi, Caglar Soyuncu and Daniel Amartey. Ricardo Pereira and Timothy Castagne are closer to returning to first-team action, but Rodgers may judge that this match has come too soon for both full-backs. The Leicester boss may also be tempted to move back to a four-man defence, having mostly opted for a 3-4-2-1 formation in recent weeks. 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You will be shocked to learn that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are considered the two strong favourites to end the season as Champions League top scorer, with Juve's Portuguese forward just pipping the Barca attacker to top spot. Leicester City fell to Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League after another dismal performance, which has left them still looking to qualify top of the group. Leicester City travelled to Ukraine looking to bounce back after no win in three matches, and were given some amazing news and Caglar Soyuncu, Ricardo Pereira and Wilfred Ndidi made their return to the side. Understandably the Portuguese international was very tentative in challenges and wasn't bombing forward due to it being his first game since his ACL injury in March but it was more about fitness than performance tonight. The Leicester legend received another European cap tonight in a standard Wes Morgan performance. After two months out with a groin injury, the big Turk made his long-awaited return only for him get injured again with only 10 minutes on the clock. It was a sight that every Leicester fan feared, lets hope it's not that serious. The England Under 21 international doesn't have long to try and establish his place in the side with Ricardo and Castagne coming back from injury.