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TV Channel Chelsea vs Leicester? Kick-off time, game odds and team news

Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea can secure a third place in the Premier League with a win over Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester on Thursday, who are themselves pushing for a first-half spot

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Chelsea finally got back to winning ways in the Premier League with a 3-0 away win at Leeds United last week and will look to build on that with a win over Leicester City on Thursday night, despite suffering more heartbreak in Saturday’s FA Cup final Wembley has suffered.

The Foxes travel to Stamford Bridge for their forthcoming game hoping to build on back-to-back wins that have seen them move up to ninth place and another win here could secure a top-half finish.

A win for the Blues will see them third this season, while three points for Leicester would see them overtake Wolves and move into eighth place.

When does Chelsea play Leicester?

Chelsea vs Leicester will kick off at Stamford Bridge on Thursday 19 May at 8pm.

The last meeting between these two sides came in November in the second leg of the league as Chelsea recorded a comfortable 3-0 win at the King Power Stadium.

First-half goals from Antonio Rudiger and N’Golo Kante gave the Blues a commanding half-time lead before Christian Pulisic completed the win in the 71st minute to keep his side at the top of the league.






There was even more Wembley heartbreak for Chelsea when they lost to Liverpool on penalties in the FA Cup final on Saturday

Will Chelsea get back to winning ways against Leicester on Thursday night? Do let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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The original date for this game was not selected for live coverage and will not be televised again here.

However, Sky Sports is showing a replay of the match at 00:15 on Sky Sports Premier League.

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Chelsea vs Leicester odds from Betfred

  • Chelsea-4/11

  • Tie – 9/2

  • Leicester – 8/1

*Rates are subject to change

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Team News

After 120 minutes of football ahead of Saturday’s penalty shootout defeat by Liverpool, Thomas Tuchel could seriously consider changing things up for the Blues, with an eye also on Watford’s visit in just three days.

And the Chelsea boss could be without four of his players for this competition, although he will be hoping for a possible return of Kai Havertz (hamstring) and Timo Werner, who missed out on Saturday’s FA Cup final defeat. Callum Hudson-Odoi (calf) and Ben Chilwell (knee) remain sidelined.

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As for Brendan Rodgers, he will be hoping to take advantage of Chelsea’s low morale and could look to field his best possible side here as the Foxes look to pull off a shock and secure a first-half spot for themselves this season.

However, he is expected to be without injured trio Ricardo Pereira (hamstring), Wilfred Ndidi (knee) and Ryan Bertrand (knee) although Nampalys Mendy (illness) and Hamza Choudhury (bone) are currently looking to return are on the side.

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