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Watch Stoke City vs Leicester City live: English FA Cup 2021 Match starts at around 19:45 uk time with and BT Sports will have live coverage in the UK while NBCSN will broadcast the game live in the US. Links with tick mark at the end are already checked and working. (most starts closer to kickoff)


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LIVE STREAM:: http://bit.ly/2XmAx8a


LIVE STREAM:: http://bit.ly/2XmAx8a


Last Saturday, they fell a goal short of Stoke City, losing 1–2. This makes it the second loss in a row for Leicester City.


Stoke City left their first contest against Leicester City this season with a spring in their step. Leicester City dodged a bullet, finishing off Stoke City 1–0. Leicester City can consider this payback for the 0–1 defeat they dealt Stoke City the last time the teams encountered one another.


Leicester City’s victory lifted them to 1–0–1 (four points) while Stoke City’s loss dropped them down to 0–2 (zero points). We’ll see if Leicester City can repeat their recent success or if newcomer Stoke City bounce back and reverse their fortune.



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FA Cup live streams are on BT Sport, the BBC and the FA Player this week - here's what's on, and how to watch it all


FA Cup live streams

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Want to find every single FA Cup live stream? You're in the right place.


The rights are split between BT Sport, the FA Player app and the BBC this season, with every single match in January broadcast live in the United Kingdom.


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Here, FFT explains what the next FA Cup games to watch are, and how you can watch every game from anywhere in the world.


What are the next FA Cup games on TV?

Friday, January 8


7.45pm GMT: Aston Villa vs Liverpool

Available to watch on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate


7.45pm GMT: Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 2


Saturday, January 9


12pm GMT: Everton vs Rotherham

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 2


12pm GMT: Luton Town v Reading

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 6


12pm GMT: Norwich City vs Coventry City

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 5


12pm GMT: Nottingham Forest vs Cardiff City

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 4


12.15pm GMT: Chorley vs Derby

Available to watch on BT Sport 1


3pm: Blackburn vs Doncaster

Available to watch on The FA Player


3pm GMT: Blackpool vs West Brom

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 3


3pm GMT: Bristol Rovers vs Sheffield United

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 4


3pm GMT: Burnley vs MK Dons

Available to watch on The FA Player


3pm GMT: Exeter vs Sheffield Wednesday

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 5


3pm GMT: Oldham vs Bournemouth

Available to watch on BT Sport Extra 6


3pm GMT: QPR vs Fulham

Available to watch on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website


3pm GMT: Stevenage vs Swansea

Available to watch on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website


3pm GMT: Stoke vs Leicester

Available to watch on BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website


3pm GMT: Wycombe vs Preston

Available to watch on The FA Player


5.30pm GMT: Arsenal vs Newcastle

Available to watch on BBC One and BBC iPlayer


6pm GMT: Brentford vs Middlesbrough

Available to watch on The FA Player


6pm GMT: Huddersfield vs Plymouth

Available to watch on The FA Player


8pm GMT: Manchester United vs Watford

Available to watch on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

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