Leicester host Brighton in an important Premier League clash live on Amazon Prime Video this weekend, with both sides aiming at very different targets.
The Foxes have made an excellent start to the 2020/21 season and sit just three points off top spot going into the weekend after 11 Premier League fixtures.
Jamie Vardy’s last-gasp, corner flag-splintering winner against Sheffield United last weekend ended a run of two domestic games without a win, and Brendan Rodgers will hope his men can keep pace with the leaders in the Premier League title race.
Brighton have played nice football so far this season without always being rewarded with points.
They occupy 16th going into this one but know that a victory would help bridge the gap between themselves and the security of mid-table.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Leicester v Brighton on TV and online.
When is Leicester v Brighton on TV?
Leicester v Brighton will take place on Sunday 13th December 2020.
What time is kick-off?
Leicester v Brighton will kick off at 7:15pm.
There are numerous Premier League games taking place this weekend including Man Utd v Man City, which kicks off this Saturday.
How to live stream Leicester v Brighton online
You can watch the match live on Amazon Prime Video.
Amazon’s Premier League coverage will be available to stream for free on the Amazon Prime website and app, without having to pay for a subscription.
Afterwards, a subscription costs £7.99 a month and offers free next day delivery on thousands of items as well as the Amazon Prime Video library.
Leicester v Brighton team news
Leicester: The Foxes’ injury woes are steadily clearing up, but they’re still without four defensive aces ahead of this one.
Daniel Amartey, Ricardo Pereira and Caglar Soyuncu are all ruled out, but closing in on returns, while Timothy Castagne is a doubt.
Brighton: Florin Andone and Adam Lallana remain in the physio room, while Davy Propper, Alexis Mac Allister, Christian Walton and Jose Izquierdo are all doubts to feature.
Neal Maupay was quickly restored to the bench last weekend following an injury, but he should be fit to start here.
Our prediction: Leicester v Brighton
Vardy really is the difference-maker going into this showdown.
Neither side boasts an array of cut-throat attackers who will take every opportunity that falls their way, Brighton in particular. The Seagulls have been made to rue big missed chances in recent weeks.
However, Vardy, as proven yet again last weekend, simply doesn’t miss in those clutch moments with the pressure heaped on his shoulders. Expect Leicester’s patchwork defence to be given a run around, but expect their talisman to dig deep and stick another three points on the board.
Our prediction: Leicester 2-1 Brighton
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