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Premier League Highlights Burnley vs. Leicester City



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Premier league highlights Burnley vs. Leicester City


The match ends, the score is 0-2.


Yellow card for a tackle by Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. Chris Kavanagh has not hesitated to admonish the player.


3 minutes added


LEICESTER GOAL Harvey Barnes makes a brilliant high pass and Jamie Vardy finishes it off with a header to an empty goal.


LEICESTER GOAL James Maddison’s shot from mid-range adjusted to the left post GREAT GOAL


Harvey Barnes receives a pass on the edge of the box, takes aim and shoots. His shot is directed towards the right corner, but an attentive Nick Pope prevents the scoreboard from changing. Corner for Leicester.


Enter Youri Tielemans by James Maddison


Josh Brownhill is replaced by Ashley Barnes


Jay Rodriguez replaces Maxwell Cornet.


Wout Weghorst continues to protest until Chris Kavanagh loses patience and shows him a yellow card.


Harvey Barnes takes the ball, weaves through the defense and connects a shot to the left post, but it is perfectly stopped by Nick Pope. Corner in favor of Leicester.


Patson Daka makes space inside the area, picks up a rebound and shoots on goal. Nick Pope makes a good reflex save to save the shot from low to the center of the goal


One of the Leicester players steps forward too soon, and the referee blows the whistle for offside.


Good individual action by Ricardo Pereira, who faces the goalkeeper and shoots low towards the lower right corner, but Nick Pope guesses the direction and manages to save the ball. Leicester force a corner.


The game has started, enjoy it.

All set

Everything is ready and in minutes the actions between Burnley and Leicester will begin

Injuries Burnley

Burnley has 2 absences for today.Gudmundsson J. (Illness)

Vydra M. (Hernia)

Injuries Leicester

Leicester has casualties for this game.Castagne T. (Injury – thigh)

Evans J. (Injury – thigh)

Fofana W. (Fractured leg)

Justin J. (Injury – thigh)

Who will officiate this match?
Since 2019, Chris Kavanagh, an Englishman who is a FIFA referee, will be in charge of officiating this match.

Fact About the Game

Leicester is the only side in the Premier League to have given up a goal in each of their matches played away from home.

Leicester’s most important player

Youri Tielemans, who plays for Leicester and has faced Burnley six times, has scored three goals, assisted on one goal, and contributed to one goal against them. He will be trying to maintain the positive momentum he has built up against them.

Key player of the Burnley team

Josh Brownhill, a striker for Burnley, has scored a goal and provided an assist over the course of the last four games, and he will want to continue to add to the team’s success.

Games between Burnley vs Leicester
The Leicester team has only won two of their last five games. They also drew their most recent game at home. Burnley, on the other hand, has won three of their last five games at Turf Moor.


Brendan Rodgers is under more and more pressure because Leicester hasn’t won a league game in 2022. However, they have found some relief in the UEFA Europa Conference League after beating Randers on the road last week.

The “Foxes” had lost seven straight away games before that UECL win in Denmark. Also, their last five Premier League away wins had three or more goals.


Burnley is back in the race to stay in the Premier League after getting seven points from their last three games, including a 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace on the most recent matchday. Since this is the only Premier League game in midweek, Sean Dyche’s team has an incentive to win. They know that if they don’t lose to Leicester City, they’ll finally get off the bottom of the table.

Burnley’s chances of winning this match look good, since only Liverpool has won at Turf Moor in the last eight Premier League games played there. But this game may not be as clear-cut as it seems. In the last five games between Leicester and Burnley, the team that scored first hasn’t won (Burnley: W1, D2, L2), and Burnley have also lost 50 percent of the time when they scored first at home in the Premier League (W2, D1, L1).


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