- Man City XI: Hart, Zabaleta, Otamendi, Demichelis, Kolarov, Toure, Fernandinho, Silva, Delph, Sterling, Aguero
- Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, Kante, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy
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Ex-Spurs & England midfielder on Final Score
"Today is what Leicester have been like all season. This team spirit has got them to where they are now.
"Their pace, the way they maintain their shape, is all part of it, and is why they have been so successful this season."
Leicester are six points clear at the top of the table after their most significant win of the season. It was fully deserved too.Copyright: Getty Images
Manchester City are still coming forward, Leicester are still defending resolutely.
Former Arsenal and Wales striker on Final Score
"Leicester have been a constant threat in attack, and they have been a threat from set-pieces, hence Huth's two goals.
"The Foxes have been phenomenal, and they don't fear anybody. The way they have gone about this today at the Etihad has been simply remarkable."
There will be four minutes of added time at Etihad Stadium, and we have already played one of them.
This might have made it interesting... Danny Simpson fails to spot Sergio Aguero before passing back to his keeper, but the Argentina striker's first touch forces him too wide to find the target.
The Manchester City fans who have gone home missed this - Sergio Aguero nodding home Bersant Celina's cross. Time for a comeback? They'd better get a move on...Copyright: Reuters
A lot of Manchester City fans have already decided to go home. You can hardly blame them.
BBC Radio 5 live commentator at the Etihad Stadium
"One punter has placed a 50p bet on Robert Huth scoring two goals at 150-1."
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Another Leicester change. Shinji Okazaki is off, Leonardo Ulloa is on.
While Manchester City continue to toil in front of goal, Leicester keep finding openings. Jamie Vardy goes close again, darting on to a low ball, but flashing his first-time shot wide.Copyright: Getty Images
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A couple of changes to tell you about.
For Manchester City, 19-year-old Norwegian midfielder Bersant Celina is coming on for David Silva.
For Leicester, Riyad Mahrez is being replaced by Demarai Gray.
Manchester City have only failed to score in one of their last 27 home games. Leicester have negated their attack with ease so far today - Sergio Aguero has been limited to shots from distance.Copyright: Getty Images
Another ball into the Manchester City area, another near-miss for Leicester. This time Jamie Vardy gets on the end of the cross but his glancing header flies well wide.