Nottingham Forest vs Leicester: Kick-off, TV channel and Live stream

On January 14, Nottingham Forest and Leicester City will play a face-to-face match as part of the 20th round of the Premier League 2022/23.

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Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest will fight for survival in the Premier League this season. The team is currently in 15th place in the Premier League standings.

In the last match of the Carabao Cup, the team defeated Wolves at home after match penalties with a score (2-1). Before that, there was a defeat in Fa Cup against Blackpool with a score (1-4).


Leicester, meanwhile, are not far from their upcoming rival and are only two lines higher, while having 17 points in the Premier League.

In the championship, the club lost 3 matches in a row. Leicester lost big to Newcastle (0-3), lost to Liverpool (1-2) and was defeated by Fulham (0-1).

After this disastrous series, the guests defeated Gillingham in the FA Cup (1-0), after which they lost again and already in the Carabao Cup, losing to Newcastle (0-2).

 Date and kick-off time

Game:Nottingham Forest vs Leicester
Date:January 14, 2023
Kick-off time15:00 GMT
Venue:City Ground (Nottingham)

How to watch Nottingham Forest vs Leicester on TV & live stream online

In the United States, the game will be available to watch live on Peacock Premium.

In UK the game between Nottingham Foresti and Chelsea will not be available for viewing. In Turkey, live streaming of the match will be available on beIN CONNECT Turkey.

Channels where you can watch the match:

Team news

Willy Boly picked up an ankle injury on Wednesday as Gustavo Scarpa prepares for his first Premier League start if head coach Steve Cooper decides not to risk Taiwo Awoniyi with a groin injury.

Omar Richards, Cheikhou Kouyate, Giulian Biancone, Jesse Lingard and Moussa Niakhate will be out due to injuries. Neko Williams may be available.

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Leicester have many injured players: Ricardo Pereira, Ryan Bertrand, James Maddison, Dennis Praet, Boubakari Soumare, James Justin and Johnny Evans.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall is in doubt due to a glute injury.

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