It’s third vs fourth in the Premier League on Saturday as Leicester City welcome Chelsea to the King Power Stadium.
talkSPORT will bring you live and exclusive commentary of the crunch clash between the top four rivals.
Here’s all you need to know…
The King Power will host Leicester vs Chelsea on Saturday lunchtime
Leicester vs Chelsea: How to listen
The Premier League clash will get under way at 12:30pm on Saturday, February 1.
Full commentary from the King Power will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 12:15pm.
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Leicester vs Chelsea: Team news
Top scorer Jamie Vardy is set to return to the Foxes’ starting line-up.
After sustaining a glute injury in last week’s 4-1 home win over West Ham, Vardy started on the bench for Tuesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg defeat at Aston Villa, in which he came on as a 56th-minute sub. He has since trained with no ill effects.
Brendan Rodgers goes into the game, however, without Nampalys Mendy (knee) and Wes Morgan (illness).
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s leading scorer Tammy Abraham could yet shake off his ankle injury in time to lead Chelsea’s line.
The 22-year-old hobbled off the pitch at the end of the 2-2 Premier League draw with Arsenal ten days ago, and missed the FA Cup victory at Hull.
But the former Aston Villa loanee trained on Friday and will be given a late fitness on Saturday morning.
Abraham has scored 13 Premier League goals this season
Leicester vs Chelsea: The facts

  • Leicester City are unbeaten in their last four Premier League games against Chelsea (W1 D3), their best run since a run of five without defeat between April 1999 and February 2001.
  • Chelsea have won five of their last seven Premier League away matches against Leicester (D1 L1), with their only defeat in this run coming during Leicesters title-winning season in December 2015.
  • No team has won more away Premier League games against Leicester at the King Power Stadium than Chelsea (four, level with Liverpool and Spurs).
  • The home team has won none of the last six Premier League meetings between Leicester and Chelsea (D3 L3), with the last home win coming in October 2016 when Chelsea won 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
  • Leicester have lost two of their last three Premier League home games, though they did win 4-1 against West Ham last time out. The Foxes had lost just one of their previous 15 at the King Power Stadium (W11 D3).
  • From their first six away league games this season, Chelsea won 15 of a possible 18 points (W5 D0 L1), scoring 18 goals in this run. In their last six on the road, theyve won 7/18 points (W2 D1 L3), while netting just seven goals.
  • This will be Chelseas 12th consecutive Premier League match day starting the day fourth, the longest run in that position since Spurs started 23 consecutive games fourth between December 2005 and May 2006, ending the season fifth after losing 2-1 to West Ham on the final day.
  • Leicesters Brendan Rodgers has faced Chelsea 13 times in his managerial career; no side has he faced more. However, he is winless in all 13 of his meetings with the Blues (D7 L6), only losing more often against Manchester United (9).
  • Leicesters Harvey Barnes has scored in consecutive Premier League matches, having scored in just two of his first 39 appearances in the competition. Hes never scored in three consecutive league matches within the top four tiers of English football.
  • Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has a 100% record from the penalty spot for the Blues in the Premier League, scoring four out of four. Since the start of last season, 27% of his touches in the opposition box have been penalties (4 of 15).