Everton are chasing Arsenal in their bid to win a third consecutive Premier League title; Fulham and new manager Dean Smith are chasing points in a desperate attempt to avoid relegation
The Dean Smith era at Fulham begins with arguably one of the toughest assignments in European football – a trip to the Etihad Stadium to play Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
A weekend victory at Southampton extended the champions’ unbeaten run to eight games in all competitions and five in the Premier League. Leicester, meanwhile, are on a run of seven defeats in eight that has left them inside the relegation zone, two points from safety. They have eight games to save themselves – seven if the Etihad result is seen as a foregone conclusion.
Not that Smith, the former Brentford, Aston Villa and Norwich boss, will see it that way. For him and his backroom lieutenants, Craig Shakespeare and John Terry, Everton away is a free hit, a game of miracles or an expected thrashing. Either way, few will be blaming them. No, that pressure will come with the subsequent games – Wolves at home, Leeds away and Everton at home. That will be when Smith and Co will need to earn their keep.
When does Everton vs Leicester kick off?
The match begins at 10am ET on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
Is Everton vs Leicester on TV?
If you have a subscription, the teatime fixture is being broadcast live by Sky Sports from 5pm on their Premier League and Main Event channels. Sky will also upload key moments from the game to their YouTube channel and website shortly after the final whistle.
BBC One will also air highlights of the game during Match of the Day, starting at 10.20pm on Saturday and repeated at 10am ET on Sunday.
How else can I follow the game?
You can also follow the action here at LeicestershireLive , with our Fulham writer Jordan Blackwell providing team news, live match updates, player ratings, reaction and analysis. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
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