Leicester vs Southampton live stream, tv channel, time and preview


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Leicester and Southampton will square up at King Power Stadium as the Premier League enters its third matchday. The Foxes are yet to kick into full gear, having just a point from two matches.


Leicester played a draw with Brentford in the opening matchday before suffering a humiliating defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates stadium. The Foxes need a convincing result against Southampton to stay on track.


Southampton, on the other hand, lost heavily to Tottenham Hotspur in the opening matchday before forcing a draw with Leeds United.


What is the kickoff time for Leicester City vs Southampton

The match will kick off at 3:00 PM BST (British Summer Time) Saturday, August 20 2022.


UK (BST) 03:00 PM

CEST: 04:30 PM

Eastern Time: 10:00 AM

Central Time: 09:00

Mountain Time: 08:00 AM

Pacific Time: 07:00 AM

Gulf Standard Time: 06:00 PM

Indian Standard Time: 07:30 PM


Where to watch Leicester vs Southampton on TV and live stream

The match will not be available for live stream and on TV in the UK, but audio commentary will be presented by LCFC Radio and BBC Radio (Studio updates only)


  • US: fuboTV, USA Network, UNIVERSO, UNIVERSO NOW, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and SiriusXM FC

  • International: Sport 24 Extra

  • Canada: fuboTV Canada

  • Brazil: Star+

  • India: Star Sports Select HD1, Hotstar VIP, Star Sports Select 1 and JioTV

  • Netherlands: Viaplay Netherlands

  • New Zealand: Sky Sport NOW

  • Norway: Viaplay Norway

  • Portugal: Eleven Sports 3 Portugal

  • Rest of Africa: SuperSport MaXimo 1, SuperSport Variety 3 and DStv App

  • The Middle East and North Africa: beIN SPORTS CONNECT


Leicester City vs Southampton Premier League 2022/23 Match Preview


Brendan Rodgers will hope to turn the tide in his favour as Southampton visit the King Power Stadium. Leicester are yet to record a significant result this season.


Southampton rescued a point at home through Joe Aribo and Walker-Peters after Rodrigo had given Leeds a two-goal lead.