Leicester City welcomes Legia Warsaw to the King Power Stadium on Thursday for a Europa League Group C contest. Both teams make up the bottom half of the group entering the fifth match week, with Warsaw (six points) in third place and the Foxes (five points) right behind them but each with a game in hand. Patson Daka still leads Leicester in goals in the competition with four, while Mahir Emreli (two goals) has the team-high for Warsaw. Fans looking for the broadcast of the match may run into trouble in the U.S., as that broadcast will be exclusive to Paramount+.
How to watch Leicester City vs. Legia Warsaw (Europa League soccer 2021)
What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? - Thursday’s match will start off at 3 p.m. EST for viewers in the U.S. The broadcast will not be available via normal TV channels in the U.S. Instead, the broadcast will be on exclusively through Paramount+, which is available via smart TVs and streaming apps.
Live steam options: Paramount+ | Sling | fuboTV - If you don’t have cable, you can watch the match in both English via Paramount+ and Spanish via Sling and fuboTV. If you’re looking to watch for free, Paramount+ and fuboTV come with free trials.
What is Paramount+
? - Paramount+ has taken place of CBS All-Access as the exclusive streaming platform for content from CBS, Viacom and Paramount. Subscribers get access to shows from CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon and more -- as well as access to streaming-exclusive content. Europa League matches are among the programming only available on the platform.
How much does it cost? - Paramount+ has two versions: the basic tier with commercials and the premium tier without commercials. The basic tier costs $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. The premium tier costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.
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A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Thursday:
Leicester is in third place but can still win its group with victories in its last two games, starting with a potentially tricky match against Legia Warsaw. Only the eight group winners go straight into the round of 16 — the runners-up enter playoffs with the eight teams who finish in third place in the Champions League groups. A similar system operates for the third-place Europa League teams dropping down into the Europa Conference League. Lyon is the only team already assured of a spot in the last 16 of the Europa League as group winner. West Ham can advance if the London team beats Rapid Vienna away. Monaco can do the same with a win over Real Sociedad, as can Eintracht Frankfurt with a win over Antwerp.
EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
No teams have sealed a place in the last 16 of the inaugural competition but that could change after the next-to-last round of group games. Two Dutch teams can seal first place with a game to spare. AZ Alkmaar and Feyenoord only need a draw in away games against Czech teams Jablonec and Slavia Prague, respectively. In Group A, Maccabi Tel-Aviv and LASK are both on 10 points and the winner of their match will secure top spot. Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho, two renowned coaches who have won the Premier League at Chelsea, find themselves at clubs in the Conference League this season and both are in second place in their groups. Conte’s Tottenham is three points behind Rennes heading into a Group G match at Mura in Slovenia. Mourinho’s Roma hosts Ukraine side Zorya Luhansk, with both teams trailing Norwegian champion Bodø/Glimt in Group C.
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