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Summary

  1. Leicester are unbeaten at home since mid-December
  2. Swansea looking to win three Premier League matches in a row
  3. Kick-off - 15:00 GMT

Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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  1. Match facts

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Head-to-head

    • Leicester have won on the last five occasions they have hosted Swansea.
    • They have also won five of the last six Premier League meetings between the sides - but lost the most recent fixture 2-1 earlier this season.
    • There hasn't been a drawn result between these two teams in the last 14 meetings in all competitions.
  2. "Hardest game since arrival"

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Swansea City

    Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal: "Leicester are a very strong team and I think it will be the hardest game we have played since I arrived.

    "They have good balance in their team when they are attacking and defending and they have good organisation."

  3. Are Swansea a team transformed?

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

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  4. BBC Radio Wales

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    You can also hear updates on today's game via BBC Radio Wales.

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  5. "These players want to play"

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Carlos Carvalhal says he prioritised the transfer deadline day signings of Andre Ayew and Andy King because of their desire to play for Swansea City.

    "If I bring players with quality who don't want to be here it will not help us, these players will," he explained.

    "They are the players who really wanted to come here, who really want to come and play for Swansea."

    Read more here.

    Andy King
  6. January transfer activity

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Leicester made no big signings during the January transfer window but Swansea paid £18m to bring back Andre Ayew - who hasn't made the squad today through injury.

    The Swans have also taken Leicester's Andy King on loan for the rest of the season.

    Leicester:

    Islam Slimani Leicester - Newcastle (Loan)

    Andy King Leicester - Swansea (Loan)

    Ahmed Musa Leicester - CSKA Moscow (Loan)

    Leonardo Ulloa Leicester - Brighton (Loan)

    Andre Ayew

    Swansea:

    Andre Ayew West Ham - Swansea (£18m)

    Jack Withers Boston United - Swansea (Undisclosed)

    Oli McBurnie Swansea - Barnsley (Loan)

    Roque Mesa Swansea - Sevilla (Loan)

    Adam King Swansea - Mansfield (Loan)

    Jay Fulton Swansea - Wigan (Loan)

    For all the January transfers across the football league, click here.

  7. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Discuss all the topics on today's game using the hashtag #bbcfootball - what are your score predictions?

    Daniel Hodson: To say it's tight at the bottom is a understatement. If West Brom win and results go the right way, one point could separate the bottom seven.

    Michael Hindson: Any signs of Mahrez at Turf Moor yet to just sit on the City bench for the experience...?

  8. Mahrez has outgrown Leicester

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

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    Video caption: Match Of The Day: Mahrez has outgrown Leicester, Murphy tells Lineker
  9. "The clubs' decision makers deserve credit"

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Guy Mowbray

    Match of the Day commentator

    "It was always unlikely that Riyad Mahrez would feature, but we've heard his name enough this week so let's focus on those who want to and will play a part.

    "Claude Puel has led Leicester from 18th to eighth, and Carlos Carvalhal has started impressively at Swansea. Both appointments raised eyebrows, but the clubs' decision makers - at this stage at least - deserve credit.

    "Swansea chiefs dipped into their credit to fund the re-signing of Andre Ayew on Wednesday.

    "He last played in the same club side as brother Jordan for Marseille in November 2013. Now the 'Sons of Pele' follow in the illustrious footsteps of Ivor and Len Allchurch and Cliff and Bryn Jones as brothers in the same Swansea team."

  10. Mahrez mayhem

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Leicester forward Riyad Mahrez has missed training for the last week, after a potential deadline-day move to Manchester City fell through.

    He handed in a transfer request and has made it clear he no longer wishes to stay at the club so where do both parties go from here?

    Mahrez hasn't been considered for today's match against Swansea and he also missed the defeat at Everton.

    Leicester's Riyad Mahrez
  11. Team news

    Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Claude Puel makes five changes to the Leicester side which lost to Everton as Kelechi Iheanacho, Danny Simpson and Christian Fuchs all return.

    Demarai Gray and Shinji Okazaki are both left on the bench.

    Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Iheanacho, Vardy, Albrighton, Silva, Maguire, Dragovic, Ndidi, Fuchs, Diabate

    Leicester XI

    Swansea name the same starting XI which recorded that terrific victory over Arsenal but there is no room on the bench for new signing Andre Ayew.

    Fellow deadline day signing Andy King is ineligible to face his parent club and therefore is also left out of the squad.

    Swansea XI:Fabianski, Ki Sung-yueng, van der Hoorn, Mawson, Fer, Dyer, Olsson, Clucas, J Ayew, Naughton, Fernandez

    Swansea XI
  12. Leicester v Swansea (15:00 GMT)

    Swansea earned back-to-back wins for the first time this season against Arsenal...

    Swansea celebrating victory against Arsenal

    But they are still battling away in the relegation zone.

    Carlos Carvalhal

    While Leicester have bigger problems off-field...

    Riyad Mahrez

    Can the Foxes concentrate on their football? We're about to find out.