What channel is Leicester vs Chelsea on? TV, live stream, kick-off time

Chelsea: Lampard sends Werner message amid goal struggles

Chelsea ended a three-game wait for a win with a 1-0 victory at Fulham over the weekend. Blues boss Frank Lampard has found himself under increasing pressure after a run of poor results. However, they now travel to face a Leicester side who will be in confident form following their 2-0 win over Southampton.

“Of course it feels good to get a win,” said Lampard.

“It has not been easy with the league form recently and you have to break the duck.

“Just because of the current form it is a bit harder, the confidence is not quite there. But we found it so I’m really pleased.

“I trust the quality of the players. There was a feeling we would get a goal, because the pressure was constant.

“It was about staying patient with our passing and I think we did.”

Leicester are sitting comfortably in the top four but with the games coming thick and fast, and in such an unpredictable season, Kasper Schmeichel says they can’t afford to look too far ahead.

The Foxes goalkeeper said: “I don’t look at the table.”

It doesn’t mean anything at this stage. We’ll see when it comes to the business end,” he said.

“It’s a big couple of weeks for the club. It was important to start with three points.

“The league’s so tight that six points can be the difference between first or second and seventh or eighth.”

What time does Leicester vs Chelsea kick-off?

The Premier League match gets underway at 8.15pm GMT on Tuesday, January 19.

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What TV channel is Leicester vs Chelsea on?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing live coverage from the King Power Stadium.

How to live stream Leicester vs Chelsea?

Live streaming is available through the Sky Go app.

Those without a subscription can Sky Sports passes via NOW TV to watch Leicester vs Chelsea.

Leicester vs Chelsea match officials

Referee: Craig Pawson

Assistants: Ian Hussin, Sian Massey-Ellis

Fourth official: Jonathan Moss

VAR: Andre Marriner

Assistant VAR: Stephen Child

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