How to watch Leicester v Newcastle at the Emirates: a recap

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The Sky Blues and their supporters face the Hornets on the Sunday after the match.

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Leicester City are unbeaten in their last three Premier League games.

Leicester have scored just four goals in their past five games against Newcastle.

The Hornets are unbeaten at the King Power Stadium in a Premier League game for the first time in their history.

They have won seven of their past eight league matches at the ground, while Newcastle have lost their last six games there.

Newcastle have not won at the new King Power stadium since November 2016.

Leicesters head coach Alan Pardew is delighted to return to the King Street Stadium.

“We’re excited to have Alan back and we’re delighted to be playing against him again,” said Pardews.

We’ve got a really exciting team and I think they’ve got the quality and I just think they’re going to find it difficult to score.””

It’s going to be a really good game for us.

We’ve got a really exciting team and I think they’ve got the quality and I just think they’re going to find it difficult to score.”

Leicester have scored 12 goals in the Premier Leagues last five matches.

Newcastle are unbeaten there in the last 11 league games.

Pardew was happy with the team’s performance on Sunday, and said he was looking forward to the home clash.

“If you look at the way we played in the first half, we gave a real effort,” said the boss.

The Hornets, who are unbeaten away from home in the league, have now lost back-to-back matches. “

You know, I’ve been very happy with how we’ve been playing this season and it’s good to have a bit of a break and play some games.”

The Hornets, who are unbeaten away from home in the league, have now lost back-to-back matches.

They lost 1-0 at Newcastle on November 29 and 1-1 at Leicester City on December 13. 

Leicester are back in the top four of the Premier Premier League after three games in a row.

They are six points clear of sixth-placed Sunderland.