Leicester vs Aston Villa LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick off time, team news for TONIGHT’S Box Office clash – The Sun

LEICESTER host Aston Villa tonight in a tasty Premier League clash.

Villa go into the game buoyed off the back of their 7-2 thrashing of champions Liverpool before the international break.

Kick-off: 7.15pm

TV/ live stream: Sky Sports Box Office

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    Elsewhere, West Ham have pulled off one hell of an escape!

    The Hammers found themselves 3-0 down to Spurs, within 15 minutes, but the score at full time is 3-3.

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    Following the international break, the Foxes are back in action at home this evening.

    They'll be looking to get rid of any memories from their 3-0 drubbing, at the hands of West Ham, during their last time out.

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    It'll come as little surprise to fans that Dean Smith has changed absolutely no one from his side that thrashed Liverpool.

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    Summer signing Wesley Fofana is handed his first start in a side that has had three changes since losing to West Ham.

    The Foxes have several players returning from injury; Jonny Evans and Dennis Praet are both fit to start, while James Maddison starts on the bench.

    Fofana replaces an injured Caglar Soyuncu, while Praet replaces Amartey.

    Jamie Vardy’s calf injury keeps him out of the squad this evening, he picked up a niggle during training this week.

    His absence sees Kelechi Iheanacho leading the line – but good news for Leicester fans, he loves to score against Villa.

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    12. Steer, 27. Elmohamady, 22. Engels, 19. Nakamba, 14. Hourihane, 21. El Ghazi,15.Traore

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    12. Ward, 5. Morgan, 20. Choudhury, 10. Maddison, 11. Albrighton, 19. Ünder, 13. Slimani

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    26. Martinez, 2. Cash, 4. Konsa, 5. Mings, 18. Targett, 6. Luiz, 7. McGinn, 17. Trezeguet, 20. Barkley, 10. Grealish, 11. Watkins

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    1. Schmeichel. 27. Castagne, 6. Evans, 3. Fofana, 2. Justin, 24. Mendy, 26. Praet, 8. Tielemans, 17. Perez, 15. Barnes, 14. Iheanacho

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    Speaking ahead of the game, Aston Villa boss Dean Smith spoke of wanting to prove that his side's performance against Liverpool wasn't just a one-off.

    He said:“There's a lot of quality in the team and I think that performance against Liverpool proved that.

    “But if we want to be talked about in glowing terms, then you have to make sure you maintain that.”

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    The King Power will provide the backdrop for this evening's action – predictions?

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    Leicester’s form this season has summed up just how unpredictable the Premier League is.

    The Foxes came flying out the blocks, winning their opening three fixtures, including a seven-goal thriller against Manchester City, but went into the international break having lost 3-0 to West Ham.

    Despite Aston Villa surviving by the skin of their teeth last season, they’ve had an extraordinary start winning three from three.

    Their stand-out performance was, of course, their 7-2 win over defending champions Liverpool and Dean Smith will be looking for similar form from his men this evening.

    The hat-trick hero against Liverpool was Ollie Watkins who looks to have filled the void at centre-forward and Jack Grealish can count on other creative players in the ranks in the form of Ross Barkley and Jon McGinn.

    But they will face a tough opposition in Leicester, who have bagged twelve goals in four games, who have an added boost in that James Maddison is fit enough to feature after recovering from a calf strain.

    However, Brendan Rodgers does have a growing injury list that includes Ricardo Pereira, Dennis Praet and Wilfred Ndidi.

    Stick with us this evening as we bring you all the action.

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