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Leicester vs Southampton FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for TODAY’S FA Cup semi-final

LEICESTER and Southampton meet at Wembley today for the chance to play Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

The Foxes haven't reached the final of this competition since 1969, but will be confident of seeing off a Saints side with just four wins since January 1.

Southampton have won the FA Cup once - way back in 1976 - and were beaten finalists 18 years ago under Gordon Strachan.

When is Leicester vs Southampton?

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

Ycou can catch all of the action live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

If you're a BT Sport customer or have BT Broadband, stream by downloading the official app on your mobile, smart TV, laptop or games console.

Can I watch for free?

What is the team news?

James Maddison, Hamza Choudhary and Ayoze Perez are all set to return after being left out for breaching Covid-19 protocols last week.

Harvey Barnes and James Justin remain sidelined while Jamie Vardy has scored in all three of his Wembley appearances for Leicester.

Michael Obafemi, Oriol Romeu and William Smallbone are all ruled out for the Saints.

Takuki Minamino is ineligible to play after appearing for Liverpool earlier in the competition.

Match odds

*All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.

Football news:

Roma midfielder Cristante: Manchester United should have scored a few more goals
Jungberg on Arsenal's relegation from the Europa League: Villarreal were better in both matches. It's sad to admit it
Paulo Fonseca: It was difficult to beat Manchester United 4:0. Roma scored 3 goals, but they realized almost all their chances
Maguire about 2:3 with Roma: The game was played on opposite courses, like in basketball. Allowed them to create too many chances in the second half
Unai Emery: Arsenal had the best chances to score, but Villarreal deserved to go further
Solskjaer on Manchester United's schedule: This was done by people who have never played football at this level. It is physically impossible for the players
Mikel Arteta: Arsenal were more dominant in the 2nd half, but were not good enough in the 1st