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Peterborough v Leicester Live Streaming: England FA Cup Match Review and Latest News

bet365 are showing Peterborough United v Leicester City live streaming for FA Cup on January 27, 2017, through their live streaming online video service (available for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android)

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In one of the less glamorous ties of the round, Peterborough United play host to Leicester City. While by no means a showstopping tie, it’s the kind of cup tie that – with fixtures piling up for the Foxes – could see them rotate their way out of the cup.

Peterborough is coming into this one with their main controversy being consistency. With a really regular side and not a single injury, suspension or doubt otherwise, we expect them to the line-up as they have in most weeks.

With 8 wins in their last 12, they come into this one feeling good about themselves and know they have the kind of firepower to batter a complacent top-flight team.

Given they battered Aston Villa out of the Cup in the last round, the Posh will fancy themselves to do a decent bit of damage against their illustrious rivals.

Leicester is without some key squad players like Danny Simpson and Robert Huth. While Claude Puel seems to take the FA Cup seriously, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the club hand opportunities to some younger players instead of risking the fitness of first-team stars.

With a European place potentially open for the Foxes this year, the FA Cup could be a distraction that they sacrifice.

Unbeaten in five, though winless in four away games, we don’t expect Puel to take this one too seriously. With some big league games on the horizon, we’d be shocked to see Riyad Mahrez or Jamie Vardy, but we expect Kelechi Iheanacho to get a game again.

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We think this one might just go to a replay. It’s likely that Leicester will leave out some of their more important names, and this could see the flag to a result against a decent Peterborough side that will, line-up pending, be right up for this.