LEICESTER will play their first game after sacking Craig Shakespeare as they face Swansea in South Wales.
The Foxes parted company with Shakespeare in midweek and come into this one without a win in six Premier League games.
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Swansea got a vital victory last time out against Huddersfield, with Tammy Abraham finally finding his shooting boots in a 2-0 win.
That was a first home triumph of the season and Neil Clement will be hoping to make the Liberty a fortress again.
What time is kick-off?
THE game takes place on Saturday October 21 at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea.
Kick-off is at the normal time of 3pm.
Which channel can I watch it on?
SADLY you can’t watch this game live on TV in the UK.
You can always stay with us here on SunSport and follow our dedicated LIVE blog covering all the afternoon kick-offs.
What is the team news?
WILFRIED BONY missed the win over Huddersfield and the former Manchester City forward looks set to spend another week on the sidelines.
Renato Sanches is in line to return after a knock with Leroy Fey suspended and Kyle Bartley still injured.
Stand-in gaffer Michael Appleton has defenders Matty James and Robert Huth unavailable.
The former Blackburn boss will be in charge until the Foxes can find a replacement for Shakespeare.
- Swansea have won two of their three home Premier League games against Leicester (L1) – their first such meeting in October 2014 and last meeting in February 2017 (both 2-0).
- That defeat in February ended a run of four successive Premier League victories for Leicester City against Swansea, and proved to be Claudio Ranieri’s last league match in charge of the club.
- Swansea City have allowed their opponents 75 more shots in total than they have attempted themselves in the Premier League this season; the biggest negative differential by a team in 2017-18 so far.
- Leicester City are one of only seven sides with a positive xG differential in the Premier League this season (+ 1.51), meaning they have created superior goalscoring chances than they have allowed opposition teams. This is better than reigning Champions Chelsea (- 0.50).
- Paul Clement has the best win percentage of any Swansea manager in Premier League history (40.7%).
- After winning his first five Premier League games in charge of Leicester City and collecting 15 points, Craig Shakespeare won just 14 points in 16 Premier League games since (W3 D5 L8).
- Riyad Mahrez has scored four goals in his last four Premier League games against Swansea, including a hat-trick in this exact fixture in December 2015. He’s scored more Premier League goals against Swansea than he has against any other side in the competition.
- In Leicester City’s title-winning 2015-16 campaign, Riyad Mahrez had a hand in 28 goals in 37 Premier League appearances (17 goals, 11 assists). Since then, he’s been involved in just 12 goals in 42 Premier League appearances (7 goals, 5 assists).
- Tammy Abraham scored as many goals in his last appearance against Huddersfield (2) as he had in his previous nine league games. The Chelsea loanee has scored with four of his six shots on target so far in this Premier League season.
- Abraham has scored a higher share of his team’s goals than any other player in the Premier League in 2017-18 (80% – 4/5).