3rd placed English side, Leicester City welcome 1st placed Czech side, Slavia Praha to the King Power Stadium for the second leg of the UEFA Europa League round of 32 today by 9pm.
The first leg of the match ended goalless and Slavia Praha would be the more happier side coming into this tie.
This match sees Leicester City host Czech opposition for the first time, with this clash the first time the Foxes will host a UEFA Cup/Europa League encounter during the knockout stages since a 1-1 draw with Crvena Zvezda back in September 2000.
Leicester City have quite a home record in Europe. The English side have won seven of their last eight home matches in European competition (D1), winning all three such matches without conceding a goal this season.
Slavia Praha won just one of their last seven away matches in European competition (D2 L4), losing four of the last five (W1).
As a matter of fact, Slavia Praha are winless in all five of their visits to England (D1 L4), with all four of their losses coming against different sides – Leeds United in 1999-2000, Tottenham Hotspur in 2006-07, Arsenal in 2007-08 and Chelsea in 2018-19.
It is also important to note that despite winning three of his previous four home games as a boss in the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League (L1), Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has never seen his sides progress further than the Last 32 stage.
Perhaps it could be one of those ties that could go either way, especially with the intensity of the game played back in Czech, and when you put into consideration that both Leicester City and Slavia Praha have not lost any of their past five matches in all competitions.
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