(WATCH) Leicester City vs Manchester City Live Stream: (4/3/21) How to watch online without cable

(WATCH) Leicester City vs Manchester City Live Stream: (4/3/21) How to watch online without cable

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Published: April 3, 2021 (3 weeks ago)

Manchester City will be hoping to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table when they travel to Leicester this weekend. City will be back in competition on Saturday following the international break and will be looking to avenge the shocking 5-2 defeat they suffered at the hands of the Foxes earlier this season. Plenty has changed since September, with City since going on an incredible run to put themselves 14 points clear in the title race, but Leicester remain in good form and are currently third, despite suffering a litany of injuries.

Pep Guardiola doesn’t have any fresh injury concerns himself, though he has been unable to fully assess his squad just yet following their returns from representing their countries, but it appears he will have a fully fit squad to choose from.

Leicester City face dominant leaders Manchester City in a high-profile Premier League contest this evening. Man City boast a 14-point lead over second-placed Arsenal vs Liverpool Live Soccer Manchester United, and it would take something truly special for Pep Guardiola’s side to let that slip in their remaining eight games.

Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester sit third and have a healthy seven-point advantage over fifth-placed West Ham, but this season has shown that a couple of weeks of poor results can see things change very quickly. Liverpool vs Arsenal Soccer Live Stream

Man City will head to Leicester as favourites, but Guardiola will have one eye on next week’s Champions League quarter-final first leg against Borussia Dortmund – and that could play into Rodgers’ hands. Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or Sky Go app.

Harvey Barnes (knee), James Justin (knee) and Wes Morgan (back) are out, with Cengiz Under (thigh) also a major doubt. In better news for Leicester, James Maddison and Ricardo Pereira are set to return. First takes on third in the Premier League on Saturday evening as leaders Manchester City make the trip to fellow in-form side Leicester City.

Man City have won four in a row in all competitions and remain on course for a quadruple, while Leicester have won three on the spin and are also battling on multiple fronts.

Ilkay Gundogan celebrates scoring for Manchester City against Everton in the FA Cup on March 20, 2021 Just 16 games stand between Pep Guardiola’s side and UK a piece of English football history as they attempt to win a clean sweep of domestic and European honours.

The Citizens do not even necessarily have to win all of those games, either, especially given that they boast a 14-point lead on Manchester United in the Premier League. Come the end of the weekend, it may well be that Leicester are the Citizens’ biggest title threat, with the Foxes just a point behind second-placed Man United.

Winning the title is not the aim for Leicester this term, of course, but rather finishing above some heavyweight clubs to secure a top-four spot and Champions League football.

The Foxes have defeated Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 and Sheffield United 5-0 in their last two league games to recover from a recent wobble. Brendan Rodgers’s men are also in the semi-finals of the FA Cup, where Southampton await, after beating Man United 3-1 in their last match before the international break.

Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho celebrates scoring against Manchester United in the FA Cup on March 21, 2021 Leicester certainly have momentum on their side and plenty to play for over the remaining seven weeks of the season, and the same is very much true for their opponents.

Man City’s record winning run may have been ended in a 2-0 loss to Man United last month, but they responded to that with wins over Southampton and Fulham in the league.

With a fifth title in 10 years as good as wrapped up, next week’s Champions League quarter-final first leg with Borussia Dortmund may well take priority for Guardiola.

There is also the small matter of the upcoming EFL Cup final with Tottenham Hotspur, plus an FA Cup semi-final with Chelsea, in what will be a defining few weeks.

A huge run of fixtures begins with this trip to the King Power Stadium on Saturday, and three more points in the East Midlands would be the perfect way to keep the momentum going.

Given City’s standing and wealth of options, an away win looks to be on the cards – but Leicester’s 5-2 win at the Etihad in the reverse fixture shows they are more than capable of giving Guardiola a headache.

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