How and where can I watch Leicester - Sevilla: times, tv, online
All the information you need on how, where and when to watch the 2016/17 Champions League (Round of 16 return leg) between Leicester City and Sevilla at The King Power Stadium on Tuesday March 14th, 2017.
What time does the Leicester - Sevilla match start?
The 2016/17 Champions League Round of 16 (return leg) between Leicester and Sevilla will be played at The King Power Stadium (Leicester) on Tuesday, March 14th 2017 with kick off at 20:45 (CET). Sevilla travel to England with a 2-1 lead from the first leg. Find out what time the match kicks off where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Leicester v Sevilla?
No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Leicester v Sevilla match is available on here.
Online, tablet and smartphone
Leicester v Sevilla is available in most countries via the rights holders' online platform, if they have one. Your best bet is to check who's showing the game where you are, and if they have an online service or iOS or Android app to watch it on.
AS English live coverage
You can also follow all the action right here on AS English, with our inimitable minute-by-minute live coverage of Leicester vs Sevilla in the Champions League. Robbie will be manning the keyboard to deliver incisive commentary and analysis to your screen.
Diario AS editor, Alfredo Relaño, was very much focused on the Sampaoli vs Shakespeare battle in his morning editorial. Although Sevilla will start as favourite to progress, Leicester's form is on the up.
Tonight's other Champions League game sees Porto try to turn around a two goal deficit in Turin. You can follow what happens between Juventus and Porto live from 20:45 CET. ...Juve star Paulo Dybala has said Juventus will give Porto no chance.
Leicester's upturn in form since the departure of Claudio Ranieri has been remarkable with wins over Liverpool and Hull, both 3-1.
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Leicester vs Sevilla
Sampaoli is wary of the new Leicester that he has seen take shape since the Ranieri departure.
Sevilla should have put this game to bed in a very one-sided first leg but Jamie Vardy's away goal has given Leicester fans hope. And their new manager believes there is no reason they can't lift the Champions League in May. That would be a fairytale gone mad.
It looks as though there'll be around 2,000 fans in the King Power tonight who have made the journey from beautiful Seville.
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