Leicester City – Nottingham Forest: Premier League – live | Premier League

Jamie Vardy replaces Patson Daka up front for Leicester, the only change from the 6-2 defeat at Spurs before the international break.

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Steve Cooper makes three changes from the team that lost at home to Fulham. Cheikhou Kouyate, Jesse Lingard and Lewis O’Brien replace Willy Boly, Remo Freuler and Ryan Yates. That might mean a switch to a back four; we’ll find out at kick-off.

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Leicester City (4-1-4-1) Ward; Castagne, Evans, Faes, Justin; Ndidi; Maddison, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall, Barnes; Vardy.
Substitutes: Iversen, Amartey, Thomas, Soumare, Albrighton, Praet, Perez, Iheanacho, Daka.

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Nottingham Forest (possible 3-3-2-2) Henderson; Kouyate, Cook, McKenna; Williams, O’Brien, Lodi; Gibbs-White, Lingard; Johnson, Awoniyi.
Substitutes: Hennessey, Aurier, Boly, Worrall, Yates, Mangala, Freuler, Dennis, Surridge.

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Hello and welcome to live, minute-by-minute coverage of the P45 derby at the King Power Stadium. It’s an unkind description of tonight’s match between Leicester City and Nottingham Forest, but we can’t ignore the persistent speculation that either Brendan Rodgers or Steve Cooper will be sacked if their team loses tonight.

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Leicester are bottom of the league and on a run of six straight defeats; Forest are second bottom and have lost the last four. Let’s accentuate the positive: at least one of them will end their losing run tonight.

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Kick off 8pm.

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16 minutes Leicester’s planners, Barnes and Madison, look really bright.

15 minutes Another chance for Vardy, who fired straight at Henderson after being passed superbly by Barnes. The angle was rather tight, to the left of the area, and he couldn’t form the ball toward the far corner.

14 minutes Madison drops the resulting free kick on Vardy’s head, who heads off the near post from 12 yards. This wasn’t the easiest opportunity, as the ball was slightly behind him when he called.

13 minutes Williams is lucky to avoid a yellow card after Barnes was cut. Leicester began to dominate the match.

12 minutes The lively Maddison finds Dewsbury-Hall in a small space, about 25 yards off the mark. He pushes the ball forward and hits with an upward force that extends a few yards from the far post. It looked closer than it was.

11 minutes Now it comes from the corner.

10 minutes Justin’s shot from the edge of the zone takes a swerve and flies over the bar. It was an open start to the game, which is not always the case when the two lower ends play each other. I think the main problem for both teams this season has been defense, not offense.

8 minutes Ndidi is being punished, perhaps a little harshly, for challenging Johnson outside the area on the right. Lodi took the free kick into the crowd and Vardy headed behind him for a corner kick.

6 minutes This is the revised Forest Formation: Henderson; Williams, Cook; McKenna, Lodi; Couyate, O’Brien; Johnson, Gibbs; White, Lingard; Awoniyi.

5 minutes: Leicester’s chance! Lovely play from Maddison, whose Lodi sits on the right-hand side of the area and raises a deep cross that’s headed away by Dewsbury-Hall. He should have scored.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City heads away in the Premier League match against Nottingham Forest.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall of Leicester City is heading away. Photo: Tim Judd/PA

3 minutes “Suggestion,” says Kevin Gere. “Every game that Forest plays against another Midlands team she has To be presented with the old ATV Star Soccer theme. It fits perfectly with Forrest.”

2 minutes Johnson wins an early corner for Forest on the right. Striker Gibbs White heads away to O’Brien, 20 yards away. He leads a shot that hits Evans and lags behind another corner.

1 minute Jungle has already turned 4-2-3-1, with Kouyate and O’Brien in midfield.

1 minute Peep peep! Leicester starts from left to right as we watch.

Players are ready for actionThere is a cracked atmosphere at King Power Stadium. These teams do not like each other.

Leicester City's mascot Filbert Fox waves to the fans after a large banner is raised in the podium.
Leicester City’s mascot Filbert Fox waves to the fans after a large banner is raised in the podium. Photo: Jason Kerndof/Action Images/Reuters
Leicester City fans inside the stadium cheering their team before the match.
Leicester City fans cheer for their team. Photo: Craig Broe/Reuters

Previously on…

“Another loss here for the foxes And definitely Daiichi time,” says Gary Kennedy.

I love Dyche but is it suitable for this group of players?

“Leicester has many problems,” Jonathan Tasker says: But the biggest loss may be the loss of Kasper Schmeichel. Danny Ward isn’t good enough anywhere.”

They really miss his leadership too.

Team news

Jamie Vardy replaces Batson Dhaka up front for Leicester, the only change from the 6-2 defeat to Spurs ahead of the international break.

Steve Cooper makes three changes from the team that lost at home to Fulham. Shekho Kouyate, Jesse Lingard and Louis O’Brien replace Willie Polly, Remo Froeller and Ryan Yates. That could mean switching to a quadrant at the back; We’ll find out when the match starts.

Leicester City (4-1-4-1) Incoming. Castin, Evans; Weiss, Justin; dewy. Madison, Tillmans; Dewsbury Hall, Barnes; Vardy.
Subs: Iverson, Amarty, Thomas, Somare, Albrighton, Bright, Perez, Iheanacho, Dhaka.

Nottingham Forest (Possible 3-3-2-2) Henderson. Kouyate, Cook, McKenna; Williams, O’Brien, Lodi; Gibbs-White, Lingard; Johnson, Oni.
Substitutes: Hennessey, Aurier, Boly, Worrall, Yates, Mangala, Freuler, Dennis, Surridge.

Preamble

Hello and welcome to our live broadcast, minute by minute coverage of the P45 Derby at King Power Stadium. It’s an unpleasant description of tonight’s match between Leicester City and Nottingham ForestBut we can’t ignore persistent speculation that either Brendan Rodgers or Steve Cooper will be fired if their team loses tonight.

Leicester are last in the league after a run of six consecutive defeats. Forest in second place and lost the last four. Let’s highlight the positive: at least one of them will finish losing tonight.

Starting 8 pm.

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