Leicester and Everton go head-to-head in a relegation six-pointer on Monday.
These two sides head into the match inside the bottom three, with Leicester 18th on 29 points and Everton 19th on 28 points, one and two points from safety, respectively.
Leicester have the upper hand when it comes to the form book, taking four points from their last two games, while Everton have managed one less than that in their previous six matches, losing 4-1 at home to Newcastle last time out.
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When is Leicester vs Everton?
Leicester vs Everton take place at the King Power Stadium on Monday 1 May. It’s a game under the lights, which only adds to the drama and tension of the occasion.
What is the kick-off time for Leicester vs Everton?
As it is a Monday game, Leicester vs Everton will kick-off at 8pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Leicester vs Everton on TV?
- UK: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League
- US: NBC
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Who is refereeing Leicester vs Everton?
Michael Oliver has been confirmed as the referee for Leicester vs Everton.
Oliver has overseen just one Leicester game so far this season, while he’s been in charge of four games involving Everton. In 26 Premier League games overall, he’s shown 78 yellow cards but just one red.
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Leicester team news
Harvey Barnes and James Maddison returned to the side against Leeds, with the latter looking particularly impressive. However, Ricardo Perreira, Ryan Bertrand, Jannik Vestergaard and Jonny Evans are all still out, joined by Kelechi Iheanacho, who will miss the rest of the season.
Everton team news
Seamus Coleman is expected to return, offering Everton a huge defensive and leadership boost. However, the Toffees remain without Andros Townsend and Ruben Vinagre.
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Leicester vs Everton: What’s being said?
This might just be the most important match in this season’s relegation battle. For Leicester, even a draw would lift them to 16th, while a victory would give them some much-needed breathing space. However, defeat would drop the Foxes to 19th, allowing Everton to leapfrog them and jump into 16th themselves.
Of course, Leicester have already fought one huge battle this week, drawing 1-1 with 16th-place Leeds United. Right now, all Dean Smith can do is keep his players focused on the next game in front of them.
“All you can focus on is our own performances. We’ve got four points from three games. We’ll be going all out to get a win over Everton and then Fulham. We’ll look at the table after that and see where we’re at,” Smith said.
As for Sean Dyche, he’ll be desperate to rectify Everton’s issues at both ends of the pitch, with their last four games running up a 2-9 negative aggregate scoreline.
“The best form of defence is often attack, the quality you have in the final third and big moments, that gives everyone belief but we’re not finding those big moments,” Dyche observed. “That’s the bit that’s still a work in progress. It’s got to change but it’s still a work in progress, we’re looking for players to find those big moments and bring that freedom.”