On This Day: Party atmosphere as Leicester lift the Championship
Wes Morgan lifts the Championship trophy | Photo: Getty/ Michael Regan

Today's 'On This Day' provides Leicester City VAVEL to travel back to 1997, 2000 and 2014.

With football entering its final month of the season, all results would influence the Foxes' final position.

Donny Down

Following securing the title at Bolton Wanderers, the Foxes hosted Doncaster Rovers on the final day of the 2013/14 season.

Donny, managed by former-Foxes striker Paul Dickov at the time, had their future out of their hands. A defeat against the Foxes would keep them up, as long as Birmingham City were defeated at Bolton.

In a lacklustre performance from the champions, David Nugent scored the only goal from the penalty spot after Riyad Mahrez was fouled by Stephen Husband.

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As the game reached its climax, Doncaster looked set to stay up as Bolton were leading Birmingham. 

However, Paul Caddis's dramatic equaliser in injury-time broke Rovers' hearts as they got relegated to League One.

Liverpool Victory

After defeating Southampton a few days prior, Leicester travelled to Anfield on a Wednesday evening aiming to cement their top-half finish against Liverpool.

Martin O'Neil's men got off to the perfect start when Tony Cottee fired past Sander Westerveld after Neil Lennon's lofted pass.

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Their lead was doubled just after half-time when Paul Gilchrist headed into the net after a Muzzy Izzet corner was flicked on for the defender to score.

The defeat would influence Liverpool's end of season finish, as they missed out on a top-four finish.

Red Devils fight back

After losing three of their last four games, Leicester hosted league leaders, Manchester United.

The Foxes got off to the perfect start when Steve Walsh knicked the ball in at the back post, before Ian Marshall made it 2-0 four minutes later.

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However, Sir Alex Ferguson's side salvaged a point courtesy of a double from Ole Gunnar Solksjaer

The first coming just before the half-time whistle, and the current United boss levelled six minutes into the second-half.