Leicester City's fairytale could end once and for all tonight, with Craig Shakespeare's side needing to turn over a 1-0 first leg deficit against Atletico Madrid to progress into the Champions League semi-finals.
- Diego Simeone warns Leicester City they will struggle to shackle Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann
- Leicester face one of Europe's biggest challenges, scoring against Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid
- Craig Shakespeare tells Leicester to keep their cool against Atletico Madrid and make Champions League last four
- Leicester working with Uefa to establish 'full facts' of fan trouble in Madrid
What time is kick-off?
The match kicks off at 7.45pm.
Where can I watch it?
The game will be shown on BT Sport 2.
It’s a big game for…
Jamie Vardy: After a poor performance in the first-leg, Vardy has everything to prove this time around. The Leicester forward managed just 11 touches, completed only one pass and failed to have a single shot as his team crashed to defeat at the Vincente Calderon.
That being said, his timely goal for the Foxes against Crystal Palace on Saturday has seen the England attacker rediscover his goal-scoring touch just in time for what is arguably the biggest game in his career.
Atletico have the most clean sheets in La Liga this season (16). Only Paris Saint-Germain (17) have more across Europe’s top five divisions.
Leicester overcame Sevilla 3-2 on aggregate to reach the quarter finals of the Champions League for the first time in their history.
Player to watch
Koke: The midfielder held all the cards and played them superbly in the first tie, including a rocket shot from 20-yards out that hit the post, nearly giving Atletico the opener. Koke orchestrated the midfield trio of himself, Gabi and Saul with precision and the Spanish international will again be searching for only the smallest of spaces for Antoine Griezmann run into, testing the Leicester defence at any given opportunity.
A key battle to note may be that of Koke and the partially injured Wes Morgan, whose questionable fitness may be a liability at a time when Leicester cannot afford for Atletico to score an away goal.
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Atletico Madrid: WWDWWW
Leicester to win: 17/5
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