Leicester v Everton on TV? Kick-off time, game odds and team news

Brendan Rodgers must now focus on the Premier League following Leicester’s midweek European heartbreak, while Frank Lampard’s Everton remain desperate for survival

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Leicester City return to the Premier League with a clash against Everton on Sunday after falling to Roma in Thursday’s UEFA Europa Conference League semi-finals, where three points are a must for a quick turnaround.

Standing in the way are the Toffees, who clinched a huge win against Chelsea last weekend to reignite their hopes of survival despite remaining in the bottom three in this game.

A win for the Foxes would propel them into the top half of the table, while all three points could see Everton relegated from the relegation zone depending on other results.

When do Leicester play Everton?

Leicester vs Everton kicks off at 2pm on Sunday 8 May at the King Power Stadium.

The last clash between these two sides came just 18 days ago in the reverse league match as the two sides drew 1-1 in their rearranged game at Goodison Park.

Harvey Barnes put the visitors ahead after just five minutes and appeared to have won the game for the Foxes until Richarlison surfaced an equalizer in the 92nd minute to secure part of the spoils.

Leicester were eliminated from the semi-finals of the Europa Conference League on Thursday, losing 1-0 at Roma



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The match has not been selected to be televised live, but highlights will be available at Match of the Day 2 at 10:30pm on BBC One.

This is also available for streaming via iPlayer and the iPlayer app.

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Leicester vs Everton odds from Betfred

  • Leicester – 8/5

  • Tie – 9/4

  • Everton – 7/4

*Rates are subject to change

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Team News

Brendan Rodgers is expected to herald the changes following Thursday’s defeat to Roma as he aims to freshen things up so Leicester can get their Premier League season back on track and has just two injury concerns to overcome.

The Foxes returned unscathed from their midweek commitments, meaning they are only without long-term absentees Ryan Bertrand (knee) and Wilfred Ndidi (knee), while the majority of the 10 players dropped against Roma hope is going to get back into the starting XI stains.

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As for Frank Lampard, it wouldn’t be a surprise if he stayed with the same side that beat Chelsea last weekend as he’s looking to build some consistency ahead of the final run-in of games, but he could be without six players for the year tie.

Richarlison should, however, get over his cramp problems from that Blues defeat, but Andre Gomes and Donny van de Beek are yet to recover from groin injuries. Ben Godfrey (hamstring), Andros Townsend (knee) and Nathan Patterson (ankle) are all out.

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