Leicester’s Premier League status hangs in the balance as they welcome West Ham to the King Power for a huge clash at the bottom of the table.
Dean Smith knows that nothing but a win will do as his Leicester side look to escape the bottom three and avoid returning to the Championship for the first time since the 2013/14 campaign.
The Foxes find themselves in a position that no-one would ever thought they would be in after winning the FA Cup and consistently finishing in the top half in recent seasons, but a lack of transfer funds and things going on behind the scenes has seen them struggle at the wrong end of the table all season. And even a win might not be enough, with Leicester also needing Everton to drop points to stay in the top flight.
Opponents West Ham have also had a season to forget in the league, but after confirming their Premier League status recently and reaching the Europa Conference League final, things are now starting to look rather rosy for those of a claret and blue persuasion.
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When is Leicester vs West Ham?
Leicester vs West Ham takes place at the King Power on Sunday 28th May, the final day of the Premier League season.
Leicester vs West Ham betting tips from Squawka Bet
- James Maddison to score from outside the box @ 9/2 with Midnite
- Leicester to win & BTTS @ 13/5 with Midnite
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What is the kick-off time for Leicester vs West Ham?
Leicester vs West Ham will kick-off at 4:30pm (UK time), along with the rest of the games on the final day of the Premier League season.
Where can I watch Leicester vs West Ham on TV?
- UK: Sky Sports Premier League
- US: Syfy
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Who is refereeing Leicester vs West Ham?
Simon Hooper has been announced as the referee for Leicester vs West Ham, with Adrian Holmes and Richard West his assistants. Hooper has taken charge of 28 Premier League games so far this season, showing 99 yellow cards and one red.
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Leicester team news
Danny Ward, Jannik Vestergaard and James Justin are all confirmed absentees for the Foxes, while Jonny Evans, Wilfred Ndidi and Caglar Soyuncu are being assessed, with the former duo coming off injured against Newcastle on Monday night. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Ricardo Pereira and Ryan Bertrand will all be pushing to feature.
West Ham team news
David Moyes should have a near fully-fit squad to chose from save for Gianluca Scamacca, who remains sidelined after undergoing knee surgery. Vladimir Coufal also recently returned to the starting line-up in the 3-1 win over Leeds at the weekend and will be itching to retain his starting berth. Nayef Aguerd and Flynn Downes should also be available for contention, though aren’t 100% fit.
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