Leicester City vs Brighton and Hove Albion: How to watch, team news, kick-off time, predicted line-ups and ones to watch
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Brighton & Hove Albion will look to advance to the quarterfinals of the Carabao Cup when they travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.

The Seagulls defeated a pair of Welsh sides in Swansea City and Cardiff City to reach the fourth round while the Foxes saw off Millwall in the previous round.

Team news

Leicester will be without Jamie Vardy, who picked up a knee injury on Sunday. Patson Daka will replace him in the starting line-up. Jonny Evans is also unlikely to feature.

The Foxes are also missing Wilfried Ndidi, Marc Albrighton, James Justin and Wesley Fofana.

Tariq Lamptey and Adam Webster should be involved for Brighton, who will also give starts to Enock Mwepu, Alexis Mac Allister and Jason Steele, who replaces Robert Sanchez in goal.

Predicted line-ups

Leicester City: Schmeichel; Söyüncü, Vestegaard, Amartey; Bertrand, Choudhury, Tielemans, Castagne; Barnes, Daka, Lookman

Brighton & Hove AlbionSteele; Burn, Duffy, Webster; March, Moder, Mwepu, Lamptey; Groß, Mac Allister; Connolly

Ones to watch

Patson Daka (Leicester City)

With Vardy sidelined, the Zambian looks to be a worthy replacement. He set up James Maddison's winner at Brentford and scored all four goals in the Foxes' Europa League triumph at Spartak Moscow. The 23-year old also tallied a goal in the 4-2 victory against Manchester United.

Tariq Lamptey (Brighton & Hove Albion)

One of the most exciting young prospects in English football, he returned against Manchester City and held his own against the likes of Jack Grealish and Joao Cancelo, showing why some of the biggest clubs across Europe were so interested in him.

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Previous meetings

Brighton and Leicester met just over a month ago with the Seagulls coming out on top 2-1. 

Neal Maupay and Danny Welbeck put Brighton 2-0 up inside of 50 minutes before Vardy ensured a nervy finish, cutting the Seagulls' lead in half in the 61st minute.

The Foxes had two further goals ruled out by VAR as Ademola Lookman was denied six minutes after Vardy scored and Ndidi saw his equalizer ruled out four minutes from time.

How to watch

While there is no live television coverage of the match, Leicester will provide analysis of all the action through their online service at LCFC TV with coverage beginning 90 minutes before kick-off, which is scheduled for 14:45 BST.