[[LIVE@STREAM-tV]] Leicester City vs Southampton Live broadcast tv Online 22 May 2022
Leicester vs Southampton live stream and how to watch Premier League game online
The Leicester vs Southampton live stream is the least important game in the Premier League this weekend — but that likely won't matter if you're a fan of either team! So read on and we'll show you how to watch it from anywhere with a VPN.
Leicester have had an up and down season but will end it safely in mid table and potentially as high as eighth. Manager Brendan Rodgers will be disappointed not to have secured European football next season after they went all the way to the semi-finals of the Europa conference this year and almost made the Champions League the past two, but he's also said he thinks that reduction in fixtures will help them next term.
Southampton, meanwhile, have done the least they would have hoped for, namely avoided relegation. But they've not done much more than that. In fact, defeat here could see them finish below Everton, who until Thursday were mired in a relegation battle.
Both teams will hope next season proves more successful and may just want this one to be over as soon as possible. But equally, both will want to head into the summer on a high. Find out what happens by watching the Leicester vs Southampton live stream, and we will show you how to do that below.
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Leicester City end the 2021/22 Premier League campaign in front of their own fans against Southampton on Sunday afternoon.
Neither club has exactly cantered towards the finish line. Leicester bowed out of the Europa Conference League at the semi-final stage and have gone more than a month without defeating a Premier League side that will grace the competition next season.
Southampton have endured a relegation-worthy run of form across the past ten weeks, last winning an away game at the start of February.
Here's everything you need to know about two clubs that will welcome the campaign's conclusion.
Leicester City take on Southampton at the King Power Stadium on Sunday afternoon as they look to make a positive end to the season.
The Foxes have had a mixed Premier League season by recent standards and Brendan Rodgers will be determined to end the campaign strongly. Currently sitting in ninth place as they head into their final game of the season, Rodgers and his players will want to leapfrog Wolves into eighth knowing that it will bring financial reward for the Foxes - it is, however, a far cry from last season’s fifth place in the final standings.
Ralph Hassenhuttl's Saints stand in their way today, but City will prepare for kick-off with plenty of confidence having enjoyed a three-game unbeaten run after beating relegated sides Norwich City and Watford and drawing with Chelsea. Ahead of the match, here is some more key information about how to follow the action
Leicester City finish their 2021/22 Premier League season on Sunday when they take on Southampton at the King Power Stadium (4pm kick-off).
Brendan Rodgers’ men go into the game knowing that a win would give them a very good chance of finishing eighth. Wolves, who currently occupy that place, take on title-chasing Liverpool at Anfield, with City two points behind Bruno Lage’s side but with a better goal difference.
City are looking to finish the season strongly after two wins and a draw in their last three games. A 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Thursday night came after comfortable wins over relegated duo Norwich City and Watford.
The game at Chelsea saw City manager Rodgers deploy a three at the back formation as City looked to hit Thomas Tuchel’s men on the break. Midfielder Youri Tielemans missed the game due to a knee injury picked up in the win over Watford, while James Justin remained at home due to illness.
Providing both have recovered in time, something which Rodgers was hopeful of, then both could come straight back into the starting XI. The game vs Saints could also see City return to a more familiar 4-1-2-1 formation.
Timothy Castagne has been one of City’s most consistent players this season but could face competition for the right-back position from the returning Ricardo Pereira. The Portuguese international was back on the bench at Stamford Bridge after recovering from injury.
One other option for Rodgers could be to play Castagne at left-back in place of Justin with Ricardo coming in at right-back.
Sunday’s game could be Tielemans’ final one in a City shirt, given the speculation over his future ahead of the summer. Therefore, if he is fit, the FA Cup hero should come straight back into the starting XI alongside Dewsbury-Hall and Papy Mendy.
James Maddison will be looking to continue his recent goalscoring form, having found the net in each of City's last three Premier League games. The formation means he will again have to play wider, but is given the freedom to cut inside and cause problems in more central areas.
Rodgers will have a decision to make on the other side of the pitch between Harvey Barnes and Ademola Lookman. Barnes has been getting the call more often in recent games, and his two goals vs Watford last weekend could just give him the edge over the loanee.
The midfield will be tasked in providing service to lone striker Jamie Vardy, with the City talisman looking to get back on the scoresheet after failing to find the net against Chelsea.