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Pre Match Leicester v Bournemouth

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Bournemouth are winless in five away league visits to Leicester (W0 D3 L2) since a 1-0 win on Boxing Day in 1988 under Harry Redknapp.

Among Premier League fixtures to have played at least five times, only Bournemouth vs Watford (75%) has a higher percentage of draws than Bournemouth vs Leicester (71%), with five of the seven previous meetings ending level.

Leicester are looking to win three consecutive Premier League home games for the first time since May 2017, when they won their first five under Craig Shakespeare.

After a run of nine successive away league defeats, Bournemouth won their last Premier League game on the road. None of their last 18 away games in the Premier League have finished level (W5 D0 L13).

Bournemouth haven’t won any of their last 12 Premier League games in which they’ve conceded a goal (D3 L9) since beating Huddersfield 2-1 in December. Only Huddersfield themselves (33 games) are on a longer such run among teams currently in the competition.

Leicester have been shown a league-high five red cards in the Premier League this season, while Bournemouth’s opponents have had more sendings off than any other side in the division this term (6).

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is winless in seven away league visits to Leicester City during his managerial career (W0 D4 L3).

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has won all three of his games in all competitions against Bournemouth – the only teams he has a better 100% win record against in his career are Hamilton Academical (9 wins), Fulham (7) and Coventry City (5).

Bournemouth midfielder Jefferson Lerma has received 11 yellow cards in the Premier League this season, more than any other player; the last player to receive more in his debut season in the competition was Cheick Tioté in 2010-11 (14 yellow cards).


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- Free beer, water and cupcakes on offer to Leicester City fans to mark late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s birthday
- The offer can be redeemed ahead of Saturday’s home game against Bournemouth (3pm GMT kick-off)
- Available outside King Power Stadium on the production of a valid home match ticket

Leicester City fans attending Saturday’s Premier League fixture against Bournemouth at King Power Stadium are invited to celebrate our late Chairman’s birthday with a free beer or water and a cupcake on the Srivaddhanaprabha family.

To mark Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s birthday and to thank the Blue Army for their fantastic support this season, City Vice Chairman Aiyawatt and the Srivaddhanaprabha family have laid on complimentary Chang beer, water and cupcakes for every ticket-holding Foxes fan attending Saturday’s game.

Generosity towards the Foxes faithful at home and away games was a hallmark of Khun Vichai’s Leicester City chairmanship, particularly around his birthday, with supporters being regularly treated to everything from free beer and breakfast, to scarves, t-shirts and even season tickets down the years.

For the Chairman’s first birthday following his tragic passing in October, it is a tradition the Srivaddhanaprabha family wish to maintain in his honour.

Branded drinks collection points can be found at the following locations ahead of Saturday’s clash with Bournemouth from 12pm – 2:45pm GMT:

- Stand One: North Stand near to the shirt printing booth
- Stand Two: East Stand to the right of Turnstiles 30 & 31
- Stand Three: South Stand to the right of Turnstiles 19 & 20
- Stand Four: West Stand to the right of Turnstiles 10 & 12

Cupcake collection points can be found at the following locations from 12pm – 2:45pm GMT:

Stand One: Opposite the Foxes Fanstore next to the totem pole
Stand Two: On the brickweave near to Beer Stand 3 opposite turnstile 21

Please note:

Alcoholic drinks will only be available strictly to those aged 18 and over.

A complimentary bottle of Chang Beer or water and a cupcake will be vended on the production of a valid home match ticket for the Premier League fixture between Leicester City and Bournemouth on Saturday 30 March, 2019.

Strictly one drink and cupcake per match ticket.

All complimentary items must be claimed by 2:45pm and all drinks consumed before entering the stadium.

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I’m looking forward to it. Work and snowboarding has stopped me from attending the last couple of home games, so I’m up for it.
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