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How to stream Leicester vs Crystal Palace for free this Saturday

The Foxes are set to host Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace today, after failing to win away at Everton in mid-week. Can they reverse their fortunes and push on to European qualification? Our guide tells you everything you need to know to stream Leicester vs Crystal Palace this weekend. 

Leicester vs Crystal Palace kick-off time

Today’s match-up between Leicester and Palace gets underway at 3pm BST.

Normally, it would be unusual for a 3pm kick-off to be televised in the UK. Broadcasters have made an exception due to the on-going situation around the football restart.

How to watch Leicester vs Crystal Palace in the UK

Due to the unusual situation of the league restart, this game is available for free on Sky Pick. You can tune into Pick on Freeview, Freesat, Virgin Media, or through a Sky box. The Pick channel is also available to watch via the Freeview Play app for iOS and Android, but these are the channel numbers:

  • Freeview: Channel 11
  • Freesat: Channel 147
  • Sky: Channel 159
  • Virgin Media: Channel 165

The game is also available as usual to Sky Sports customers on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.

If you’re a Sky customer but you’ll be on-the-go during the match, then you can download the Sky Go app to watch from your phone or mobile device.

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Leicester vs Crystal Palace match preview

Palace have lost their last two fixtures and have one win and two losses – all in all – since the restart. They have crossed the 40-point mark and should be safe from relegation, but will want to pick up a few more points and make sure.

Leicester lost 2-1 to Everton on Wednesday and 1-0 to Chelsea in the fixture before that. Two draws and two wins on the board means they’re yet to rack up a victory since the restart.

Leicester’s poor form since football’s return could place their European qualification in jeopardy. Brendan Rodgers will be hoping for a response from his men against Palace.

In team news, James Maddison is in doubt for Leicester, after aggravating a hip injury in midweek. Crystal Palace have better news, with Christian Benteke set to return from an injury which saw him sidelined for their previous two fixtures.

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