Leicester 2-1 West Ham LIVE! Premier League result, match stream, latest reaction and updates today

Leicester 2-1 West Ham LIVE! Premier League result, match stream, latest reaction and updates today

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Leicester’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed despite a 2-1 victory over West Ham. The Foxes went into their match at the King Power needing a favour from Bournemouth, who travelled to face an Everton side that knew they would stay up should they secure victory over the Cherries.

At half-time on the final day of the Premier League season, Leicester were on course to survive after Harvey Barnes gave them the lead, while Everton were being held to a goalless draw at Goodison Park.

That changed after the break though, as Abdoulaye Doucoure fired Everton in front, and it meant Wout Faes’ header to double Leicester’s advantage meant very little, and Pablo Fornals’ finish to pull one back even less, as the Foxes dropped into the second tier after nine years in the top-flight, and seven years on from their stunning Premier League title success.

Leicester vs West Ham latest news

  • Match report

  • West Ham player ratings

  • West Ham have Prague on the mind

  • Leicester relegated

  • David Moyes urges Declan Rice to deliver ‘big moment’ for West Ham

Leicester City FC 2 - 1 West Ham United FC

Good night

21:50 , Jonathan Gorrie

Thank you for joining Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of West Ham’s loss to Leicester.

Find our report, ratings, reaction and analysis below!

David Moyes urges Declan Rice to deliver ‘big moment’ for West Ham before expected summer exit

21:49 , Jonathan Gorrie

David Moyes has challenged Declan Rice to seize his “big moment” as he bids to end his West Ham career with Europa Conference League glory in Prague next month.

Rice played what is likely to prove his penultimate game for the club in Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Leicester at the King Power Stadium.

Read his comments in full here!


Prague on the mind for West Ham as David Moyes’ side fail to match desperation of Leicester

21:48 , Jonathan Gorrie

The scarf sellers here at the King Power Stadium did not miss a trick, posting up near the away entrance having ordered in some extra stock from the Europa Conference League final collection.

Shrewd business sense had clearly told them that West Ham thoughts and focus have been on Prague and next month’s showpiece against Fiorentina ever since the semi-final win over AZ Alkmaar a week-and-a-half ago. On the final day of this marathon Premier League season it showed, as the Hammers were beaten 2-1 by a Leicester side playing with the contrasting incentive of avoiding relegation, though Everton’s victory at home to Bournemouth rendered the result here irrelevant, a club that won this division only seven years ago on their way out of it anyway.

Read Malik Ouzia’s full analysis here!


Match report

20:05 , Jonathan Gorrie

Leicester’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed despite a 2-1 victory over West Ham.

The Foxes went into their match at the King Power needing a favour from Bournemouth, who travelled to face an Everton side that knew they would stay up should they secure victory over the Cherries.

At half-time on the final day of the Premier League season, Leicester were on course to survive after Harvey Barnes gave them the lead, while Everton were being held to a goalless draw at Goodison Park.

That changed after the break though, as Abdoulaye Doucoure fired Everton in front, and it meant Wout Faes’ header to double Leicester’s advantage meant very little, and Pablo Fornals’ finish to pull one back even less, as the Foxes dropped into the second tier after nine years in the top-flight, and seven years on from their stunning Premier League title success.

Read our full report here!

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West Ham player ratings

18:48 , Matt Verri

Pablo Fornals 7

Scuffed wide when taking effort on early, but continued his good recent run with late consolation.

Michail Antonio 4

Missed two best chances of the first half, shooting straight at Iverson and then lifting over.

Read our ratings in full here

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Leicester are relegated

18:35 , Matt Verri

That is now confirmed.

Everton have held on against Bournemouth, and it means Leicester and Leeds are the two sides to join Southampton in dropping down to the Championship.

Huge disappointment for the Foxes - seven years on from their stunning title win.

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FT: Leicester 2-1 West Ham

18:28 , Matt Verri

And that is that at the King Power.

A couple of minutes to go at Goodison Park, still time for Bournemouth.

But as it stands, Leicester are going down.

18:25 , Matt Verri

90+5 mins: Leicester sitting right back, West Ham passing the ball around without any real threat.

Fornals slides the pass through to Emerson, who has a shot charged down. Rice swings the ball into the box, Faes heads it out.

18:23 , Matt Verri

90+2 mins: West Ham fans continue to remind Leicester that they’re going down. Sure that’s much appreciated.

Not a huge amount of urgency from the visitors to try and get something from this match.

18:21 , Matt Verri

90 mins: Six minutes added on. Moyes not impressed.

There is some positive news for Leicester... ten minutes to play at Goodison Park! Still time for Bournemouth.

18:17 , Matt Verri

87 mins: West Ham corner, as a ball into the box is flicked behind.

Headed away, Leicester look to break and Vardy is charging away through the middle... Barnes can’t find him.

18:14 , Matt Verri

83 mins: Cornet goes for an incredibly acrobatic, and optimistic, effort. Miles over.

Most of the crowd now looking at their phones, praying for some news from Goodison. Reminder that a Bournemouth goal would mean Leicester will stay up.

18:11 , Matt Verri

81 mins: Leicester fans have gone up again, thinking Bournemouth have scored at Goodison Park. They haven’t.

And again there’s a huge roar... no positive news though. Not sure who’s winding them up!

GOAL! Leicester 2-1 West Ham | Pablo Fornals 79'

18:09 , Matt Verri

Fornals pulls one back!

Ings slides the pass through to him, and he passes a right-footed strike in at the near post. Does well to find space for it.

18:07 , Matt Verri

76 mins: Maddison from the edge of the box, looks to bend a strike into the bottom corner but it’s deflected wide.

Vardy coming on for Leicester, replacing Iheanacho. Very popular change, big ovation for Vardy.

18:05 , Matt Verri

74 mins: West Ham fans cheering every pass now, full on party mode despite the scoreline!

Coufal fires a low cross into the box, Ings gets across his man and has another chance but it’s a wild finish again.

18:02 , Matt Verri

71 mins: Cresswell and Paqueta off, Emerson and Cornet the two on for West Ham.

Moyes still keeping Rice on, deciding not to save his captain for the Europa Conference League final. Brave...

18:00 , Matt Verri

69 mins: Big chance for West Ham! They should have pulled one back.

Bowen does well to get a shot away, and it’s parried back out to him. Squares it for Ings, six-yards out and in plenty of space but he blazes an effort over the bar. Really poor.

At the other end, Barnes has a strike blocked before Maddison makes a complete mess of the rebound.

17:58 , Matt Verri

67 mins: Ings into the book for West Ham, he doesn’t look particularly bothered.

Away fans in fine voice now, mainly taunting Leicester. “2-0 and you’re going down” is the current favourite.

17:53 , Matt Verri

63 mins: Bowen and Ings on for Benrahma and Antonio.

First touch for Bowen as he drives into the box, fires an effort into the side-netting. Bright introduction though.

GOAL! Leicester 2-0 West Ham | Wout Faes 62'

17:52 , Matt Verri

Leicester are doing their job!

Tielemans with the free-kick, whipped into the box and Faes rises well in the middle to nod home.

17:50 , Matt Verri

60 mins: It nearly gets even worse for Leicester!

Benrahma cuts inside, onto his right foot and curls an effort off the far post. Brilliant effort. Antonio goes down as he collects the rebound, thinks he’s been shoved by Thomas. Not getting anything for that.

A lot of Leicester fans looking at their phones - they know there’s nothing their side can do at the moment.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:49 , Matt Verri

The West Ham fans have woken up at the news of Everton’s goal at Bournemouth. “We’re going Prague, you’re going down” is back.

17:48 , Matt Verri

58 mins: Disaster for Leicester. Everton have taken the lead at Goodison Park, Doucoure with the goal!

As it stands, Leicester are going down. They need Bournemouth to find a goal against the Toffees in the final half an hour or so.

17:46 , Matt Verri

56 mins: It’s all West Ham and they have another corner. Very quiet now at the King Power, this is torture for the home fans.

Cresswell swings it in deep, Iversen claims well and there is some noise from the Leicester faithful!

17:44 , Matt Verri

54 mins: Everton have just gone very close to taking the lead at Goodison Park, they’re really pushing. All so tense!

West Ham meanwhile have started this second half well, Leicester under a fair bit of pressure. Going to be a long old 40 minutes trying to hold on, they need to keep searching for a second.

17:42 , Matt Verri

52 mins: Coufal gets forward down the right and his cross is charged behind for a corner. Cresswell to take.

Dear me, inches wide! Evans it was who got the touch, flicked it just beyond the far post. That was very nearly a disastrous own goal.

Second one comes in, Faes with the header and Leicester can push up.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:41 , Matt Verri

There’s a tentative chant of the Great Escape theme among the home fans but this feels a nervier ground than before half-time now. Leicester have something to lose.

17:39 , Matt Verri

49 mins: Linesman takes an absolute age before eventually raising the flag for offside, Barnes went too early.

Leeds are now 2-0 down to Tottenham, their race surely run. It’s between Leicester and Everton to stay up.

17:37 , Matt Verri

47 mins: West Ham have started the second-half well, much sharper on the ball already.

Benrahma looks to clip a cross into the box, Antonio gives Evans a slight shove in the back though and the whistle goes.

Back underway!

17:35 , Matt Verri

We’re up and running again at the King Power. Leicester on course to stay up.

Plenty of twists expected over the next 45 minutes!

Goal difference deciding it!

17:28 , Matt Verri

Elsewhere in the relegation battle...

17:25 , Matt Verri

It’s goalless at Goodison Park after 45 minutes between Everton and Bournemouth.

Should that remain level, Leicester will stay up if they can hold on and pick up three points here. So far, so good for the Foxes.

Leeds are behind against Tottenham, 1-0 after a strike from Harry Kane. Their hopes look to be over.

Some noise!

17:20 , Matt Verri

HT: Leicester 1-0 West Ham

17:17 , Matt Verri

As it stands, Leicester are staying up.

Barnes’ goal has them in front at half-time, with West Ham well off the pace for much of the opening 45 minutes.


Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:16 , Matt Verri

Youri Tielemans is in the middle of the pitch urging calm and pointing to his watch, suggesting Leicester are happy to get to half-time.

James Maddison looked up a moment ago and had no player in blue even trying to get forward ahead of him.

17:14 , Matt Verri

43 mins: Rice slides in, knocks the ball away from Iheanacho but catches the Leicester striker about ten seconds later. Very generous free-kick given, Rice is furious.

West Ham could do with half-time really, they’ve not been in this match for the last 15 minutes.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:11 , Matt Verri

Just had a ghost goal moment at the King Power. Wild celebrations of a Bournemouth goal that doesn’t seem to exist.

17:11 , Matt Verri

40 mins: West Ham can’t get near Leicester, ball just being passed around them with complete ease. Tielemans looks to clip the ball over the top, Iheanacho can’t quite get there.

There’s huge roars going around the King Power, as though Bournemouth have scored at Goodison. They haven’t.

17:08 , Matt Verri

38 mins: This is turning into a bit of a mess from West Ham. They’re cut open again, Maddison’s shot deflected behind for a corner.

Tielemans takes it short, eventually whips the ball into the box and Aguerd is there to head it out.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:07 , Matt Verri

West Ham have been heavily linked with Harvey Barnes this week. As it stands, that goal is probably going to make it much harder to get him.

17:07 , Matt Verri

36 mins: Leicester are pushing for a swift second, West Ham have just fallen away in this match after some decent spells.

Maddison with space 25 yards out, tries his luck but it’s never troubling Fabianski.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

17:05 , Matt Verri

This place has just gone mad and it’s been coming. A brilliant bit of play between Iheanacho and Barnes, West Ham’s defending so static.

GOAL! Leicester 1-0 West Ham | Harvey Barnes 34'

17:05 , Matt Verri


It’s been coming, Leicester well on top in the last five minutes or so.

Brilliant one-two with Iheanacho, and Barnes then curls it low into the far corner. Lift-off for Leicester.

17:03 , Matt Verri

32 mins: Iheanacho gives Kehrer a shove in the back, never going to get away with that.

The Leicester striker has been involved in pretty much everything from an attacking perspective, good and bad. Just needs a bit of composure with the final pass or shot.

17:00 , Matt Verri

29 mins: Barnes drives at Coufal, flicked back to Dewsbury-Hall and he can’t keep his shot down.

Leicester well on top now, and the crowd have responded. Foxes have to make the most of his little spell.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:59 , Matt Verri

At the start of that attack, the home crowd here were crying their frustration at a lack of urgency.

At the end of a patient move, though, they almost open the scoring.

16:58 , Matt Verri

28 mins: SO CLOSE!

Nearly brilliant. Barnes’ cross is too deep, but it’s a wonderful touch from Iheanacho to bring it down and keep the ball in play.

One-two with Maddison, before Iheanacho hammers an effort at goal... just rises over the bar.

16:57 , Matt Verri

26 mins: West Ham having their best spell of the match, passing the ball around really confidently.

Leicester struggling to get near them. Coufal fires the ball low into the box, Faes is there to boot it away to safety. Dean Smith is furious on the touchline.

16:55 , Matt Verri

24 mins: Maddison looks bright when he’s getting on the ball. Barnes on the other hand just keeps having it bounce off him, his touch has been terrible so far.

Tielemans fires a ball forward for Iheanacho, he lays it off to Barnes who this time does get the shot away. Tame though, straight at Fabianski.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:53 , Matt Verri

Fair play to the camera man here, who has managed to find one of those classic final day shots of a bloke in the crowd holding something to his ear, as if he’s listening to radio commentary of the Everton game.

Just check the score on your phone, mate.

16:51 , Matt Verri

21 mins: West Ham are getting opportunities on the counter.

Benrahma drifts forward on the right, pulls it back to the edge of the area where Antonio is in space. First-time effort is fired well over the bar.

16:49 , Matt Verri

18 mins: Tielemans tries his luck from distance, loses his balance as he shoots though and sends the effort high into the stand behind the goal.

Still not much quality on display, particularly from Leicester. Their best moments are coming when West Ham give it away cheaply, which is happening more and more.

16:46 , Matt Verri

15 mins: Match is starting to open up a bit. Iheanacho nearly in again, as Evans plays it long over the top. Poor touch though and the chance goes.

At the other end, Antonio drives into the box, looks to find the far corner with a curling effort but it’s comfortably saved.

16:45 , Matt Verri

14 mins: First shot of the match for Leicester, and it’s a scuffed one.

Ball bobbles around in the box, Coufal punts it straight into one of his team-mates and it falls for Iheanacho on the edge of the box. Drags it well wide of the far post.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:42 , Matt Verri

Lucas Paqueta’s playing with so much confidence at the moment. It’s been a hell of a long season, but he might be one player that doesn’t want it to end.

16:41 , Matt Verri

10 mins: Loose pass again, very nearly lets Barnes in. Poor touch though, and Iheanacho can’t mop it up.

West Ham look the more composed on the ball, but that’s a relatively low bar. Not much quality on show, beyond the odd lovely flick from Paqueta.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:38 , Matt Verri

Incredibly scrappy start to the game here, misplaced passes galore.

Pressure and complacency having the same effect on both teams, perhaps?

16:37 , Matt Verri

7 mins: Far more energy from Leicester already than we’ve seen in recent weeks. To be expected.

Maddison seeing plenty of the ball already, bit too keen to play the perfect pass though on a couple of occasions, he’s rushing things.

16:35 , Matt Verri

5 mins: Maddison goes long over the top, Barnes has got inside of Coufal but Fabianski is off his line to clear.

Tottenham have taken the lead against Leeds, Harry Kane striking early. Relegation battle already looks to be down to two clubs.

16:33 , Matt Verri

3 mins: West Ham have barely had a touch of the ball early on, but they win it back and Benrahma earns a corner for the visitors.

Fornals fires it into the near post, Leicester half clear it and Maddison boots it up the pitch to complete the job.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:32 , Matt Verri

A chant from the away end starts out at “You’re going down” and quickly morphs into the not especially grammatically correct “We’re going Prague”.


16:30 , Matt Verri

Underway at the King Power. An afternoon full of drama ahead!

Here we go!

16:27 , Matt Verri

Teams are out onto the pitch, brilliant atmosphere as you’d expect. Leicester fans will do everything they can to drag their team over the line this afternoon.

They need a favour from elsewhere, but first Leicester just have to worry about beating a strong West Ham side.

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:24 , Matt Verri

Leicester’s lengthy pre-match montage on the big screen ends with those glorious shots of Claudio Ranieri lifting the Premier League trophy.

Feels particularly poignant today, with the club scrapping to stay in the league they won only seven years ago.

Farewell for Rice

16:18 , Matt Verri

Could this prove to be Declan Rice’s final Premier League appearance for West Ham?

Very likely. Hammers fans will just want him to get through it, regardless of the result. The priority is very much the Europa Conference League final in ten days’ time.

Rice was so impressive against Leeds last weekend, he’s going to be a massive loss for the Hammers should he leave as expected.


Leicester have options

16:13 , Matt Verri

The benches could prove to be crucial this afternoon.

Everton look to be really short if they require something in the second-half, while Leeds have injuries in forward areas too.

For Leicester, they’ve got Daka and Vardy on the bench - those are good options to have should they be chasing a goal. Something to keep in mind for later...

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

16:08 , Matt Verri

David Moyes spoke on Friday about trying to strike the balance between freshness and sharpness with regards to the 10 day gap between this game and the Conference League final.

That explains some of his selection decisions today but I’m sure the Scot will still be watching through his fingers every time Declan Rice or Michail Antonio go in for a 50/50.

Pre-match thoughts from Dean Smith

16:03 , Matt Verri

“Really I just need to concentrate on this game.

“Leeds are irrelevant to us, because we just need to win the game. The Everton result is obviously the one that can hinder us.

“I’m sure our supporters will tell us at the end of the game.”

Malik Ouzia at the King Power

15:56 , Matt Verri

Decisions to be made

15:49 , Matt Verri

West Ham are set to delay decisions over the futures of their out-of-contract stars until after next month’s Europa Conference League Final.

Angelo Ogbonna and Lukasz Fabianski will be free agents at the end of the campaign, but the club’s planning for next season is complicated by not yet knowing whether it has European football to contend with.

The Hammers will qualify directly for the Europa League group stage by beating Fiorentina.

Manuel Lanzini is also out of contract this summer and is expected to leave the club. Aaron Cresswell also also an uncertain future.

Declan Rice is another widely expected to leave, with Arsenal currently leading the chase for his signature. Manchester United are also reportedly very keen, which would create a bidding war which would only serve West Ham well.

West Ham have put a £120million price tag on their captain’s head, though he is likely to be sold for less.

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(Action Images via Reuters)

Moyes goes strong!

15:39 , Matt Verri

West Ham have gone with a strong lineup, which will not delight Leicester. Rice starts for potentially the final time in the Premier League for West Ham, while Paqueta, Benrahma, Kehrer and Antonio are all in the side.

Barnes and Maddison return to the starting lineup for Leicester, with Iheanacho getting the nod over Vardy up front. Much more attacking ambition needed from the Foxes today.

Leicester team news

15:32 , Matt Verri

Starting XI: Iversen, Castagne, Faes, Evans, Thomas, Soumare, Dewsbury-Hall, Maddison, Tielemans, Barnes, Iheanacho.

Subs: Vardy, Smithies, Souttar, Amartey, Daka, Ricardo Pereira, Mendy, Praet, Tete.

West Ham team news

15:31 , Matt Verri

Starting XI: Fabianski, Coufal, Kehrer, Aguerd, Cresswell, Downes, Rice, Benrahma, Paqueta, Fornals, Antonio

Subs: Zouma, Lanzini, Areola, Cornet, Ings, Bowen, Ogbonna, Soucek, Emerson

Team news coming up!

15:24 , Matt Verri

All the team news from the King Power coming up very shortly.

Main interest is on the West Ham side of things - how strong will they go with that European final in mind? Surely the likes of Declan Rice and Kurt Zouma will be rested.

We’ll find out very shortly!

Moyes on summer plans

15:15 , Matt Verri

David Moyes says he will look to bolster his squad with British and homegrown players this summer, but has warned West Ham are unlikely to be “huge spenders” when the window opens next month.

The Hammers made eight new signings during a £170million overhaul of their squad last summer, of which three came from English football, while Alphonse Areola signed from Paris Saint-Germain on a permanent deal having been on loan at the London Stadium the previous year.

The most high-profile - and expensive - additions, however, came from overseas with club-record buy Lucas Paqueta, striker Gianluca Scamacca and Nayef Aguerd signed in deals worth a total of around £110m.

Moyes has suggested that last summer’s transition contributed heavily to the Hammers’ poor League campaign, with that trio all taking time to settle in east London. West Ham have been linked with moves for England internationals James Ward-Prowse and Harvey Barnes and Moyes confirmed he will look closer to home this summer.

“I would say yes, I think I would like to add more a little bit more of British players or homegrown players if we possibly could,” he said.

“I wouldn’t set out to take one of them if I saw something better or I thought there was a better alternative.”


Hustle never stops...

15:08 , Matt Verri

How it stands...

15:01 , Matt Verri

A reminder of how the Premier League table looks heading into the final set of matches.

Leicester sit 18th, two points off Everton but with a better goal difference. Leeds are in 19th, level on points with the Foxes but with a worse goal difference than the two sides above them.

So, if Everton beat Bournemouth they will secure safety. If they draw or lose and Leicester win, it will be Everton going down and the Foxes staying up. Leeds need to beat Tottenham and hope Everton lose and Leicester drop points, or win by a three-goal margin if Everton draw with Bournemouth.

All sufficiently confused? Good.

Leicester players in the building!

14:53 , Matt Verri

Smith: Winning is all that matters

14:46 , Matt Verri

Dean Smith wants his side to have their full focus on matters at the King Power this afternoon.

Leicester will be relegated if Everton beat Bournemouth, regardless of what they do against West Ham, but the Foxes boss has no interest in worrying about what’s going on at Goodison Park.

Smith said: “We have got to win the game plainly and simply, we have got to figure out and balance the best way to not give big chances away and create big chances against West Ham, who are in a European final and after a tough first half of the season have climbed away from danger and have got a very good manager there.

“We have to win the game and not look at the Everton result until after the game. We have to do our job and see where it takes us.”

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(Action Images via Reuters)

Final preparations for West Ham

14:39 , Matt Verri

West Ham’s hopes of holding a mass screening of their Europa Conference League final at the London Stadium have been scuppered by Major League Baseball.

The Hammers are preparing for their first major European final in 47 years, but while David Moyes’s side travel to Prague to meet Fiorentina on June 7, their home ground will be being transformed ahead of a double-header between the Chicago Cubs and St Louis Cardinals.

West Ham have been exploring alternative options but it is understood that a large-scale event in London is now unlikely, though the club are planning to create a fan park for ticketless supporters to watch the match in Prague, with staff on the ground this week for reconnaissance.

West Ham have been given an allocation of just 4,890 tickets for the game at the 19,370-seater Eden Arena, and while several times that number are expected to travel to the Czech capital, tens of thousands more will watch the game in London.

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Stage is set!

14:33 , Matt Verri

Standard Sport prediction

14:26 , Matt Verri

The urgency in which Leicester need to play makes this interesting. While West Ham are hardly going to throw in the towel, it would be understandable if their eyes were on the trip to Prague.

Leicester to win 2-1.

West Ham team news

14:18 , Matt Verri

For the Hammers, Gianluca Scamacca has been ruled out for the rest of the campaign, but Moyes is confident he will return in time for pre-season.

Emerson has a knee problem but Nayef Aguerd is available, and the West Ham boss has hinted he could still name a relatively strong lineup to try and keep his squad sharp ahead of the final.

West Ham predicted XI (4-3-3): Fabianski; Coufal, Zouma, Aguerd, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice, Lanzini; Bowen, Antonio, Benrahma

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Leicester team news

14:12 , Matt Verri

Jonny Evans is set to be fit in a big boost for Leicester, with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Ricardo Pereira and Kelechi Iheanacho all set to be available too for Dean Smith.

Wilfried Ndidi’s hamstring problem has meant he has not been able to train, while Caglar Soyuncu is definitely out with a similar issue.

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How to watch Leicester vs West Ham

14:06 , Matt Verri

TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League.

Live stream: Subscribers will be able to watch on the Sky Go website or app.

LIVE coverage: Follow the action right here with us! Malik Ouzia will be providing expert analysis from the ground.

Good afternoon!

14:01 , Matt Verri

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Leicester vs West Ham on the final day of the Premier League season!

Leicester must win to have any chance of avoiding relegation, though they will drop to the Championship if Everton secure victory over Bournemouth. Foxes have to focus on just doing their part and picking up three points.

West Ham have a European final to come in ten days, so it will be interesting to see how strong David Moyes goes this afternoon.

We’ll have all the latest updates, build-up and team news ahead of kick-off, which comes at 4:30pm BST from the King Power Stadium!

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