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What tv channel is the Leicester v Legia Warsaw match on? Live Stream and kick off time from Europa League

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Brendan Roger’s struggling Leicester City side travel to Poland to take on Legia Warsaw in the Europa League.

For all the information about the game and how to watch Leicester v Legia Warsaw see below:

Leicester v Legia Warsaw live streaming and tv channel

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  • You can watch the match today live streaming with Bet365‘s TV service. Follow the on screen instructions.

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Leicester will be hoping to go one better tonight in the Europa League after the Foxes threw away a two goal advantage against Napoli last time out.

The Serie A side clawed their way back into the match and grab a point, with the game ending in a 2-2 draw.

What TV channel is Leicester v Legia Warsaw on?

  • The Leicester v Legia Warsaw Europa League fixture is going live in play with Bet365 this evening.
  • Bet365 will be also be offering live in play commentary on the Europa League clash.
  • Text streaming begins from Legia Warsaw at 5.45PM.

Brendan Rogers will be looking for an improved performance from his side, although things have not exactly gone to plan in the Premier League this season.

Its now only one win in their last five games, and although Jamie Vardy is back amongst the goals a positive result tonight will surely settle a few nerves.

When is the Legia Warsaw v Leicester game?

The match is being played on 30th September 2021. Kick off time is 5.45PM and the game will be live from Legia Warsaw’s Stadion Wojska Polskiego.

Their opponents Legia Warsaw are faring little better in the Polish league, with the side festering in 14th place in the table, and they’ve lost three out of their last four domestically.

Leicester should really fancy their chances tonight.

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