Is Leicester vs West Ham on TV? Live Stream, Match Preview, Team News and Kick-Off Time

Leicester City host West Ham in the Premier League later today.

The Foxes’ hopes of a European place ended last weekend when they were hit for five by Crystal Palace and Wilfried Zaha.

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With three matches of the season left to play, the highest the Foxes could finish is eighth.

Meanwhile, West Ham fans are biting their fingernails as they sit in 15th place, three points clear of Southampton.

David Moyes’ men will be desperate to get something from the game as they face Man United (h) and Everton (h) in their final matches after.

They are without a win from their last four games and have conceded eight goals in two matches against Arsenal and Manchester City, so Moyes will be wary about their goal difference too.

When is Leicester v West Ham and what time is kick-off?

Leicester host West Ham at the King Power Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 3pm on Saturday, May 5.

Is Leicester vs West Ham on TV and is there a live stream?

The match will be not be televised live on TV in the UK.

Highlights will be shown on Match of the Day at 10.25pm.

Leicester v West Ham team news

Joe Hart is again available for the Hammers after sitting out against Manchester City, however, Adrian could retain his place in goal.

Moyes must also decide whether Andy Carroll will play a role at Leicester after the striker a row with David Moyes in training.

However, Carroll has apologised and returned to training.

Carroll was sent home from training on Monday after Moyes was unhappy with him leaving the bench early in Sunday’s match against Manchester City.

Leicester are expected to be without Wilfred Ndidi, who came off injured against Palace, and Marc Albrighton serves a one-game ban.

They are also without Kasper Schmeichel (ankle), Shinji Okazaki (ankle), Danny Simpson (groin), Robert Huth (ankle), Matty James (Achilles) are also out along with Ben Chilwell and Daniel Amartey.

However, Vicente Iborra (hamstring) has returned to training.

Leicester v West Ham odds

Leicester – 13/10

Draw – 5/2

West Ham – 12/5