The FA Cup is back and Chelsea return to knockout action when we travel to Leicester City for our quarter-final, and here we have the information you need ahead of the game…
When we walk out at the King Power Stadium it will have been 117 days since we booked our place in the last eight of the FA Cup with an impressive 2-0 victory over Premier League champions Liverpool in the fifth round. Now the Foxes stand between us and the semi-finals as we look for a fifth-consecutive win either side of football’s suspension…
Chelsea vs Leicester kick-off time
The match starts at 4pm UK time on Sunday 28 June.
Chelsea vs Leicester venue
The King Power Stadium will host the fixture, which will take place behind closed doors with no supporters present because of the coronavirus pandemic. Fans will not be admitted to the stadium. Please do not travel to the King Power Stadium or congregate in the nearby streets on matchday.
Chelsea vs Leicester on TV
The match is being broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK, with coverage starting at 3.30pm.
Chelsea vs Leicester live commentary
There will be live text commentary updates on the 5th Stand app and this website, as well as updates on our @chelseafc Twitter account.
Chelsea TV will be providing live audio commentary on the 5th Stand app and this website.
Chelsea vs Leicester head to head
Both Premier League fixtures against Leicester this season were draws. Antonio Rudiger started and finished the scoring as it ended 2-2 at the King Power Stadium in February. Back in August, Mason Mount put us ahead early on at Stamford Bridge, but we had to settle for a point when the Foxes made it 1-1 in the second half.
Chelsea injury news
Fikayo Tomori is expected to be unavailable as he continues his recovery from injury and Callum Hudson-Odoi may not be match fit in time for the trip to Leicester. Those two players have missed both our previous fixtures since the restart.
Leicester injury news
Ricardo Pereira is not expected to return to action this season after suffering a knee injury in training ahead of the restart, and Daniel Amartey is also unlikely to feature again in 2019/20 as he continues his recovery from an ankle operation in January.