Leicester City vs West Ham

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THIS match will take place on Saturday, October 27.

It will kick-off at 3pm.

The King Power Stadium will host the showdown.

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Watch the Football match between Leicester City and West Ham United live Online. The match starts at 16:00 on Saturday, October 27
2018. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.

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What is the team news?

Leicester will be without Wilfred Ndidi after he came off injured against Crystal Palace last weekend.

The midfielder suffered a hamstring inujury which has also put his World Cup hopes in jeopardy.

Joe Hart is available again after being inelligible for selection against his parent club Manchester City.

David Moyes also has a decision to make regarding Andy Carroll after the pair had a bust up after he left the bench last weekend when all three substitutes had been used.

The striker walked off the pitch with a “stomach bug” against Arsenal and never came back. In a weird week for Claude Puel, rumours came out yesterday that he’s dropping a fit and unhappy Vardy for this game, as he fights for his job. It is just a rumour, but it’s a John Percy rumour. I can’t remember him being wrong

West Ham Team News:

Andriy Yarmolenko picked up a nasty achilles injury last time out, and will miss months. He joins a long-term injury list already including Andy Carroll, Winston Reid, Carlos Sanchez and Manuel Lanzini. Jack Wilshere and Pedro Obiang are closer to returning, but wont play today.

Leicester City Team News:

The good news: Demarai Gray could be back in the squad today. The indifferent news: Wes Morgan and Matty James remain out through suspension and injury. The Oh God No news: something is going on with Jamie Vardy.