What channel is Preston v Leicester City on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time

Foxes fans can breathe a sigh of relief after Enzo Maresca’s side clinched promotion back to the Premier League albeit with a few wobbles along the way.

I think Leicester have been the best side in the division this season, and I’m really looking forward to this one.

After Leeds suffered a defeat at QPR and Ipswich drew with Hull, Leicester can now go up as Champions with a win over Preston.

The Foxes, aiming for their third consecutive victory and now buoyed by their promotion, appear too strong for Ryan Lowe’s team, who sit in 10th place and are out of play-off contention.

How can I watch live streaming online?

The match can be watched live on Sky Sports Football in the UK today as part of their Championship coverage as well as through the Sky Go mobile app. Kick off time for the Preston v Leicester City game is 8:00PM.

You can alternatively use Bet365’s live in play service from the Preston’s Deepdale Ground.

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The home side has bounced back impressively from back-to-back 1-0 losses to Millwall and Plymouth, securing wins against West Brom and Southampton.

Is the match on Sky?

Yes the match is on Sky Sports tonight with the cameras live at Deepdale from the kick off time of 8PM.

Leicester’s emphatic 5-0 victory against Southampton showcased their championship-calibre performance, significantly denting the south coast team’s hopes for automatic promotion.

Title prospects were further boosted when Leeds were unexpectedly thrashed by QPR, followed by Ipswich squandering a lead three times in a 3-3 draw at Hull.

Now, with two games left, Ipswich is the only team that could thwart Leicester’s title ambitions, but it would all be moot if Maresca’s squad triumphs on Monday night.

I think this is pretty much shaping up to be a celebration for Leicester in Lancashire.

The Foxe are expected to secure a stylish victory. They have had some ups and downs but have emerged unscathed.

They are poised to defeat a Preston side that has suffered three consecutive losses and is witnessing their season’s momentum dwindle.

The pressure is pretty much off for both sides and we could see Leicester romp to the Championship title tonight.