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Leicester v Norwich: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Leicester have led the Championship title race for the vast majority of the 2023/24 season but the Foxes slipped to third in the table after Friday's 1-0 defeat at Bristol City.

They have a game in hand on leaders Ipswich and second-placed Leeds but face a tricky fixture on Monday against in-form Norwich, who look to be on course for the play-offs.

Leicester v Norwich

How to watch Leicester v Norwich and TV channel

Monday's Championship clash will be broadcast on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

Leicester v Norwich kick-off time, date and venue

The match kicks off at 12:30 BST on Monday 1st April and it will take place at the King Power Stadium in Leicester.

Leicester v Norwich stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

After losing only four of their first 32 Championship matches this season, Leicester have now suffered four defeats in their last six outings.

Two of those were 2-1 home losses to Middlesbrough and QPR, while Monday's visitors Norwich have won six of their last eight, scoring 21 goals during that run.

Only five of the Canaries' 19 league victories have come away from Carrow Road, however, and they have lost six of their last eight meetings with Leicester in all competitions, including September's 2-0 defeat in Norfolk. 

Leicester v Norwich head-to-head record (H2H)

Leicester wins

26

Draws

13

Norwich wins

22

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Leicester team news

Goalkeeper Mads Hermansen returned for Friday's trip to Bristol and Dennis Praet was also back in the squad after an injury. 

Kasey McAteer remains sidelined but defender Callum Doyle is available after serving a one-match suspension for his red card in the FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Chelsea.

Norwich team news

Striker Jonathan Rowe is expected to miss out along with Onel Hernandez and Dimitris Giannoulis. Centre-backs Shane Duffy and Jacob Sorensen both overcame knocks to feature in the 2-1 home win over Plymouth on Friday.

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