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  1. Seeded teams Arsenal (ENG, Group B) Ajax (NED*) Club Brugge (BEL*) Dinamo Zagreb (CRO, K) Hoffenheim (GER, L) Manchester United (ENG*) Roma (ITA, A) Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR*) Villarreal (ESP, I) 7 group winners TBC Unseeded teams Crvena zvezda (SRB, L) Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)* Krasnodar (RUS)* Olympiacos (GRE)* Salzburg (AUT)* 11 group runners-up TBC
  2. Leicester have 2 areas (LC and O&W) in the top 20 in the country for cases per 100k and Blaby sits at 22nd. We are 100% going into tier 3 on the 2nd. We won't be in the KP until February at the earliest unless this city gets it's act together.
  3. I don't care how we win, I don't care that they had missing players, I don't care that their fans, Sky and the worldwide media will blame their 'crisis' on the win rather than if we play well. I just want to win. I'd take a draw now, but feel like we could be on to something special.
  4. This could actually work against us. It shouldn't, mind, but if you received the sheer volume of abuse and negative press that he received after the Pickford/VVD incident, if there is a single contentious moment which impacts Liverpool, he will likely subconsciously make sure he has looked at everything to do with it and side with Liverpool if it's 50/50 as if he doesn't give another then the press coverage would be obscene.
  5. In fact, since we played on 22nd February, we will have only played two competitive matches on a Saturday in what will be at the very least 301 days.
  6. Our run of consecutive days without playing a competitive match on a Saturday now extends to at the very least 168 days, with the next possible date being Spurs on 19th December. Or in other words, 5 months and 15 days.
  7. Not verified, but I believe we are currently on the longest consecutive run of not having played a competitive football match on a Saturday, having last played on Saturday 4th July 2020. Assuming our game against Liverpool, currently scheduled for Saturday 21st November, does not move, it will have been 140 days.
  8. Might have been posted elsewhere but Leicester City are unbeaten at home in European competition for 23 years, playing 7 home matches during that time, winning 5 and drawing 2.
  9. I mean, it's Wolves - the rule of Portugal means that he had to have either played for Porto, Sporting or Benfica...
  10. This is the perfect summary. VAR was looking for a reason to overturn the call of offside and couldn't find that the referee or linesman made a clear and obvious error for ruling out the goal. It is perfectly feasable to determine that regardless of Granit Xhaka's direction of travel, he would have certainly had some, even minimal, impact on Kasper's decision making. Therefore VAR has not found a reason to overturn the goal by the offside call being clearly and obviously wrong.
  11. True, but if you are in charge of making November's TV picks, do you select Man City v Liverpool as a free pick, or do you leave it so that supporters have to pay £14.95 to watch? I think it will be really interesting what they pick next month.
  12. If anyone is a developer/senior developer and in need of work and based in Leicester please contact me.
  13. I've just read that the subscriptions will be split amongst the clubs to compensate lack of matchday revenue which makes me feel slightly better about the whole arrangement. I think that is being lost on a lot of people who think their additional payments are lining Sky's profits.
  14. This will be the page when it is updated. https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/clubs/53577--leicester/squad/
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