Leicester City vs Legia Warsaw: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time & kick-off in Uefa Europa League

Leicester City will go into their Europa League clash with Legia Warsaw knowing that a 1-0 victory would be enough to progress from Group J.

Erik Pieters set up the winning goal in last week’s 2-1 victory over Zorya and winger Jamie Vardy once again led the line on his return to the starting line-up following his long-term injury.

LVG dropped in to watch his side’s 3-0 defeat of FC Zurich in a game which continued the Dark Blues’ run of good form in the competition so far.

Claudio Ranieri’s men started in rousing style against the Swiss side as Nampalys Mendy put them ahead inside two minutes.

However, they failed to keep control of the match and conceded three goals to the Bundesliga side in the second half.

Leicester now have 10 points from three games after winning all three of their Group J fixtures to sit second in the group alongside Copenhagen who defeated Legia 3-0 at home on the opening day of the group stage.

Watch all the action from tonight’s match live on Sport 4 in the UK.

Here’s how to tune in, but be aware that this is a 26 November game meaning there will be a six-month delay.

Leicester City vs Legia Warsaw: Kick-off time

Kick-off: 7.45pm

Venue: King Power Stadium

TV coverage: Channel 4

Live streaming: Steam TV

Live radio commentary: BBC Radio Leicester

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