Everton vs Leicester Live Stream: Channel guide, kick off time and more
Leicester vs Everton is tonight’s Premier League early kick-off on Sky Sports. It’s bound to be a competitive league match and our guide tells you everything you need to know to watch the game live, on any device.
Everton vs Leicester kick-off time
The match gets underway at 6pm BST. Don’t expect the normal kick-off routine though, instead players will take a knee as part of the on-going Black Lives Matter protests, with the campaign slogan emblazoned on the shirt sleeves of both teams.
How to watch Everton vs Leicester in the UK
The game is available to Sky Sports customers on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
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Everton vs Leicester match preview
Everton currently sit in 12th, with the chance to move up the table a few places if they can bag a win this evening.
For Leicester, in third, it’s all about solidifying their place in Europe for next season. The Foxes will be eager to secure Champions League football and the prestige – and cash – that goes along with it.
Notably, star-striker Jamie Vardy currently sits on 99 Premier League goals and could score his hundredth tonight.
Everton have managed a draw against league champions, Liverpool and a 1-0 win over Norwich since the restart. It’s positive form and the Toffees showed their ability to create chances against a top-level defence in the Merseyside derby. Leicester will have to be sharp to keep them out this evening.
The Foxes have draw to Watford and Brighton since the restart, as well as suffering a home defeat to Chelsea. Their place in the top four isn’t guaranteed just yet, so they’ll be hoping to bag some important points this evening.