Sean Dyche’s Burnley are set to face Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City in the Premier League.
And with the game set to be shown on TV, we walk you through how you can watch it.
The Clarets are sitting in 15th position at the moment with 28 points from 26 games following a 4-0 loss against Tottenham.
The Foxes, however, occupy third with an impressive 49 points from their 26 fixtures after a 3-1 loss against Arsenal in their last Premier League outing.
But how can you watch the clash? Here, we take you through everything you need to know…
When is Burnley v Leicester City?
The match between Burnley and Tottenham will take place at Turf Moor on Wednesday, March 3.
Kick off is scheduled for 6pm.
What are the odds for Burnley v Leicester City?
At the time of writing, bookmakers Paddy Power have Burnley priced at 14/5 to win the clash.
A draw is 21/10 with the same outlet, whilst a Leicester win is evens.
Paddy Power are offering a odds of 5/1 on Burnley’s Chris Wood to score first, with Ashley Barnes priced at 6/1.
Foxes striker Jamie Vardy to score first is priced at 11/4 currently, with James Maddison priced at 13/2.
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What channel is Burnley v Leicester City on?
The Premier League match between Burnley and Tottenham will be broadcast on television via the Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD channels.
You can add the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football channels for just £18 per month combined or pick up the complete sports package for just £23 per month.
Can I stream Burnley v Leicester City online for free?
Unfortunately, there isn’t a free stream but Burnley fans can pay to view the game.
You can watch the match with a NOW TV pass for £9.99 or for £33.99 without signing up for a contract.
NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.
Existing Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.
NOW TV is also available via BT Sport for BT Sport subscribers.
Who is the referee for Burnley v Leicester City?
Andy Madley will referee Burnley’s clash with Leicester City.
Adrian Holmes and Richard Westassist Madley, with Jonathan Moss named as the fourth official.
Stuart Attwell has been named as the VAR for the game, and he will be assisted by Neil Davies.
Is there any team news ahead of Burnley v Leicester City?
Chris Wood is in contention to start for Burnley against Leicester City after coming through his cameo appearance against Tottenham with no new issues.
Ashley Barnes and Johann Berg Gudmundsson remain out.
Robbie Brady and Erik Pieters, who were in contention to feature against Jose Mourinho’s Spurs, are also expected to remain absent.
"We're having to be careful with another three-game week," said Dyche.
"I'm not sure we'll have anyone else back in the next couple of days, we'll have to wait and see when I get more news from the physios."