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Stoke v Leicester City Live Streaming : Potters host Premier League Foxes on FA Cup

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Championship side outfit Stoke City entertain Brendan Rogers’s Premier League outfit Leicester City in the third round of the FA Cup.

It looks to be an interesting match up from the Britannia Stadium on paper – here’s all you need to know about Stoke v Leicester today.

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Stoke City will be looking to put a dreadful run behind them as they entertain Leicester City. Things have not gone to plan for the Potters in recent weeks, with the side taking three points in only one of their last seven games in the Championship.

Entrance to Stoke City football stadium Pic Credit © Steven Heap/123rf

Early season firm seems to have deserted the home side, with only three goals scored in their last seven games – things will have to change dramatically if they are to out do Premier League outfit Leicester today.

Leicester look to be worthy of a bet in this one – their odds of 4/5 suggest that there is a touch of value in this one. The draw can be backed at 5/2 while the home win can be backed at 7/2.

The Foxes are in pretty good form at the moment, losing only once in their last eight matches, and they should have enough to out do Stoke City today.

Stoke will once again be without veteran striker Steven Fletcher, who came off in the first half against Bournemouth last time out with an injury

Brendan Rogers has confirmed that the main men – Jamie Vardy & James Maddison – will not feature in this one.

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