FA Cup – Walsall v Leicester City: Latest team news, score prediction, Is there a live stream? What time is kick-off? Walsall welcome Premier League Leicester City to the Bescot Stadium on Saturday in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The League Two outfit, who are currently knocking on the door of the play-off positions, have picked up 13 points from their last six games and will be hoping to translate league form into the Cup. As for the Tigers, they are struggling for form in the league at present, having accumulated a single point in their last five matches and the Cup will provide them with an opportunity to divert attention away from the Premier League. Both sides got past League Two opposition in the previous round, with the Saddlers winning 2-1 away at Stockport County, whilst the Foxes snuck past Gillingham by a goal to nil.
Walsall FC - Leicester City: Live Stream & on TV today00 Days 12 Hours 06 Minutes 01 SecondsFA Cup(Match day 4)Walsall FCJan 28 12:30 PM Leicester City Where to watch in Live Free HD Walsall FC vs. Leicester City: Live Stream & on TV today Walsall FC vs. Leicester City is an upcoming Football event that takes place on Jan 28 at 12:30 PM. You can livestream Walsall FC vs. Leicester City on BBC iPlayer. Event detailsJan 28Kickoff dateFA CupCompetitionWalsall FCHome teamLeicester CityAway teamFootball Matches today Liga Profesional Jan 2812:30 AMDefensa y JusticiaCA HuracanNotify me when I can watch it.
Latest team newsManny Monthe will miss out for the League Two outfit in quite unfortunate circumstances, as the towering defender’s one-game suspension should have been served against Swindon Town last Saturday or against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday. However, both games were called off meaning that Monthe’s suspension kicks in for this weekend’s clash. Quiz: Which British club did Walsall sign these 26 players from? 1 of 26Josh GordonWilfred Ndidi will miss out for the visitors and is expected to be out for a couple of weeks after suffering a muscle strain recently in training. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and James Maddison have recently returned to action for Brendan Rodgers’ side, however, Dennis Praet has now picked up an injury issue.