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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) AFC Bournemouth vs Leicester City Live Free Online Broadcast 27 February 2024


Bournemouth vs Leicester live stream: How to watch FA Cup fifth round game online. Bournemouth are on a five-game winless run when as they play hosts to Leicester City in a FA Cup fifth-round encounter at the Vitality Stadium on Tuesday.


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The Bournemouth vs Leicester live stream in the FA Cup fifth round gives the high-flying Foxes a real litmus test of their table-topping form with a trip to the out-of-sorts Cherries. Remember, there are no replays from this stage onwards, so there must be a winner on the night and you can watch it for FREE from anywhere.


Bournemouth vs Leicester live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Bournemouth vs Leicester live stream takes place on Tuesday Feb. 27.

Time: 7:30 p.m. GMT / 2:30 p.m. ET / 11:30 a.m. PT / 6:30 a.m. AEDT (Feb. 28)

FREE — BBC iPlayer (U.K.)

U.S. — ESPN Plus

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Bournemouth are probably the streakiest team in England's top four divisions right now. The Cherries began 2023/24 without a victory in their first nine league games, won seven of their next nine and are now in the middle of a seven-game winless Premier League run after a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City at the weekend. Andoni Iraola's high-pressing side have struggled to put away chances, but face a third successive Championship team in the FA Cup after defeats of QPR and Swansea in previous rounds. Another win would yield just a third quarter-final in their history.


Top of the second tier by six points, Leicester have also started to come unstuck in recent weeks. The 2021 FA Cup winners have lost their last two. Coach Enzo Maresca, a former assistant to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, has brought his mentor's possession obsession with him to the King Power but there are rumblings of discontent among certain sections of the Foxes' fanbase. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Stephy Mavididi and Jamie Vardy all have 10 goals this season.


The Cherries have won each of the past three meetings between the sides and haven't tasted defeat against the Foxes since 2019 but the form book goes out of the window in the FA Cup. Read on and we'll show you where to watch Bournemouth vs Leicester online and for potentially for FREE.


The Premier League side, who look to bounce back from a 1-0 league loss against Manchester City, defeated Swansea City 5-0 in the previous round of the cup tournament.


On the other hand, the Foxes overcame Birmingham City 3-0 in their round four game and have lost their last two Championship games against Middlesbrough and Leeds United.


Philip Billing is back from a ban, but Ryan Fredericks, Tyler Adams, James Hill, Lloyd Kelly and Max Aarons all remain sidelined through injuries.


Cherries boss Andoni Iraola is likely to make changes from the Man City loss, as Mark Travers is handed the gloves, while the likes of Alex Scott, Dango Ouattara and Luis Sinisterra can expect to start as well.


Dominic Solanke should lead the attack, with Enes Unal making for a good option from the bench.


While Jamie Vardy is a major doubt after being forced off in the 3-1 Leeds loss at the weekend, Wilfred Ndidi is sure to miss out due to a leg injury.


Leicester coach Enzo Maresca could call for the services of Jakub Stolarczyk in between the sticks, with Dennis Praet, Conor Coady, Marc Albrighton, Callum Doyle, Ben Nelson, Brandon Cover and Yunus Akgun all raring to feature.


The Cherries have already claimed a couple of second-tier scalps in this season's competition, after knocking out QPR and Swansea City, but those successes have come amid a dire run of form in the top flight.


Last Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Manchester City made it seven games without a Premier League win, although Andoni Iraola's side are in little danger of relegation and the Bournemouth boss should name a strong team to keep alive his club's hopes of reaching a maiden FA Cup final.


Leicester, who won the trophy for the first time in 2021, breezed past Championship rivals Millwall and Birmingham City to reach the fifth round. The Foxes also head into the match in poor league form, however, after losing their last two; the latest being last Friday's 3-1 defeat at promotion rivals Leeds United.


City overcame fellow Championship sides Millwall and Birmingham City in their third and fourth-round clashes last month. They were rewarded with a trip to the south coast to take on Premier League Bournemouth.


It is the first ever FA Cup meeting between the two sides, but City have a poor record over the Cherries in the league, losing the last three. It’s something they will look to change this week as they look to cause an upset.


Enzo Maresca has admitted that he will make changes for the game with concentration on City earning promotion back to the Premier League at the end of the season. A win would however be a boost to confidence after two straight losses.


A win would also take City to within one win of returning to Wembley Stadium in the semi-final of the competition. With that in mind, here is all the information you need to follow the match.


It is a historic stadium, located in Bournemouth, England, with a capacity for 11,000 spectators and was inaugurated in 1910, being one of the oldest, will be the scene of this meeting of Bournemouth and Leicester City, a match that promises to be very exciting in the Fifth Round of this tournament.


The central referee who will be in charge of this FA Cup 2024 match, will be Paul Tierney, who will have the task of bringing order to this match that promises to have a lot of friction in this second leg, where it is expected that there will be a lot of friction, no doubt a great referee for one of the most important matches.


Leicester City are coming off the back of a heavy 3-1 defeat to Leeds, and will be looking to put the bad taste out of their mouths tomorrow in this FA Cup tie against Bournemouth, a game where despite playing as visitors they will be favorites to get their ticket to the next round, so both teams will go into tomorrow's game as favourites.


The hosts overcame Swansea City 5-0 in the previous round last month, with Lloyd Kelly, Luis Sinisterra, Alex Scott, David Brooks, and Dominic Solanke scoring in the first half. They have endured a winless run since that triumph and lost 1-0 at home to Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday.


The visitors booked their place in the fifth round with a 3-0 win over Birmingham City last month thanks to second-half goals from Yunus Akgün, Jamie Vardy, and Dennis Praet.


They have suffered back-to-back defeats in the EFL Championship and lost 3-1 in their away meeting against Leeds United in a top-of-the-table clash on Saturday. Wout Faes gave Leicester an early lead in the 15th minute, but Leeds produced a remarkable comeback, scoring thrice after the 80th minute.


The Cherries have been winless in their five Premier League outings in February and will look to bounce back with a win in this home game. They are unbeaten in their last six home meetings against the visitors, recording four wins, and will look to build on that form.


Nonetheless, they have just one win in their four home games in 2024, failing to score twice, and might struggle here. Their best performance in the FA Cup came during the 2020–21 season, as they made it to the quarterfinals. Interestingly, Leicester went on to lift their maiden FA Cup trophy in that campaign.


The Foxes have suffered two defeats on the spin in the Championship, conceding five goals while scoring just twice, and will look to improve upon that record. They have seen conclusive results in their last six away games, with four wins and two losses.

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