Having lost out on Champions League football by a point on the final day of the season last year, Brendan Rodgers and his Leicester side will be looking to go one better in 2021/22.

It is now two seasons in a row that Leicester have missed out on Champions League football, but they made some good signings early on in the transfer window. Will it be third time lucky?

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Leicester City – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Leicester Premier League game?

Leicester City visit the Brentford Community Stadium on Sunday looking to record back-to-back wins in the Premier League for the first time this season. The Foxes have won their last two meetings with Brentford, both in the FA Cup fourth round.

What are the odds that Leicester win the next game?

It’s currently 4/1 on Leicester to win and both teams to score. That’s what happened the last time they met at the Brentford Community Stadium.

Jamie Vardy is in a rich vein of form in the Premier League, scoring six in six, including in each of his last four appearances. Should he add to that with the first or last goal of this game, we’ll pay out at 4/1.

What’s the latest Leicester transfer and injury news?

Leicester City have no new injury worries to deal with ahead of their trip to Brentford. Only long-term absentees Wilfred Ndidi, Wesley Fofana and James Justin are on the sidelines.

Who are Leicester’s key players?

Leicester’s squad ranges from some fantastic young talents to the experienced faces Leicester fans have come to trust and love. Last season, the likes of Harvey Barnes and James Maddison took the league by storm and if they can avoid injury over the course of the 2021/22 season, they will be key to the Foxes brilliant attack alongside Jamie Vardy yet again.

Leicester have managed to get their transfer business done early on this summer with the likes of Ryan Bertrand, Patson Daka and Boubakary Soumare all penning deals at the King Power Stadium. All three of these players will be key to Leicester’s success this season.

Leicester’s Premier League fixtures

Leicester City’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Leicester v Wolves1-0
23/08/202120:00West Ham v Leicester City4-1
28/08/202115:00Norwich City v Leicester City1-2
11/09/202115:00Leicester City v Manchester City0-1
18/09/202115:00Brighton v Leicester City2-1
25/09/202115:00Leicester City v Burnley2-2
02/10/202115:00Crystal Palace v Leicester City2-2
16/10/202115:00Leicester City v Manchester United4-2
23/10/202115:00Brentford v Leicester City
30/10/202115:00Leicester City v Arsenal
06/11/202115:00Leeds United v Leicester City
20/11/202115:00Leicester City v Chelsea
27/11/202115:00Leicester City v Watford
01/12/202119:45Southampton v Leicester City
04/12/202115:00Aston Villa v Leicester City
11/12/202115:00Leicester City v Newcastle United
14/12/202119:45Leicester City v Spurs
18/12/202115:00Everton v Leicester City
26/12/202115:00Manchester City v Leicester City
28/12/202115:00Leicester City v Liverpool
01/01/202215:00Leicester City v Norwich City
15/01/202215:00Burnley v Leicester City
22/01/202215:00Leicester City v Brighton
09/02/202220:00Liverpool v Leicester City
12/02/202215:00Leicester City v West Ham
19/02/202215:00Wolves v Leicester City
26/02/202215:00Chelsea v Leicester City
05/03/202215:00Leicester City v Leeds United
12/03/202215:00Arsenal v Leicester City
19/03/202215:00Leicester City v Brentford
02/04/202215:00Manchester United v Leicester City
09/04/202215:00Leicester City v Crystal Palace
16/04/202215:00Newcastle United v Leicester City
23/04/202215:00Leicester City v Aston Villa
30/04/202215:00Spurs v Leicester City
07/05/202215:00Leicester City v Everton
15/05/202215:00Watford v Leicester City
22/05/202216:00Leicester City v Southampton

What are the Leicester odds to win the Premier League?

Leicester City have struggled for consistency this season and as a result their odds to win the Premier League are fairly long at 250/1. Challenging for the top-four seems a more realistic goal, they’re currently priced at 11/1. And if you fancy the in-form Jamie Vardy to win the Golden Boot, he’s 10/1.

Who is the manager of Leicester?

Brendan Rodgers has brought back Leicester’s beautiful style of play and led them to back-to-back fifth placed finishes in the Premier League. Not only has Rodgers re-introduced European football to the King Power Stadium, he saw his side win their first ever FA Cup trophy as they ran out 1-0 winners against Chelsea in May.

It is safe to say that Brendan Rodgers has gone down a hit with the Leicester City faithful.

Where is Leicester’s stadium?

Leicester play their home fixtures at the King Power Stadium. With a capacity of 32,261, the King Power Stadium is the 20th largest ground in England.