Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City welcome Chelsea to the King Power Stadium on Sunday for an FA Cup quarter-final showdown.
In the league, just a point separates the two sides with Chelsea rapidly closing in on the third-place Foxes thanks to wins over Aston Villa and recently-dethroned champions Manchester City.
Leicester meanwhile have drawn both of their two games since the season restarted, scoring just once.
Sunday’s clash will therefore pitch two teams separated by just a point in the league, but in different runs of form.
What time is Leicester vs Chelsea?
Kick-off for this FA Cup quarter-final is at 4pm, making it the third tie of the weekend.
Man Utd visited Norwich on Saturday evening before Sheffield Utd host Arsenal in Sunday’s 1pm kick-off.
The quarter-finals are rounded off by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side making the journey to Tyneside where they’ll play Newcastle.
Leicester vs Chelsea TV channel and live stream
BT Sport have the rights to show Sunday’s 4pm kick-off in Leicester.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1, following straight on from Sheffield Utd vs Arsenal, which is also on the same channel.
This means the game will not be on free-to-air TV, so fans will have to pay to watch it.
Those who do can also stream the match through the BT Sport app.
Leicester – 2/1
Chelsea – 6/4
Arguably the tie of the round pitches Champions League chasing, but faltering, Leicester City against Champions League chasing but flying Chelsea.
Much depends on how much the experience of beating the recently deposed champions on Thursday took out of Frank Lampard’s men – and 9/4 for a draw after 90 minutes is worth considering.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com.