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What is Leicester biggest win?

Leicester won the match 9–0, equalling Manchester United's 9–0 win against Ipswich Town in 1995 for the largest win in the history of the competition. The result also set the new record for the biggest away win in the history of English top-flight football.

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester won the match 9–0, equalling Manchester United's 9–0 win against Ipswich Town in 1995 for the largest win in the history of the competition. The result also set the new record for the biggest away win in the history of English top-flight football. Statistics.StatisticSouthamptonLeicester CityRed cards10

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester City Win Night? Leicester City Results

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester City Win  Night? Leicester City Results

What channel is the Leicester game on? The Leicester City v Man City game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester City Win Today? Leicester City Results

Leicester City win 3-1 on penalties.

Leicester City Win Today? Leicester City Results

What is Chelsea's biggest ever win in history? Chelsea's biggest ever win is 13-0. They beat Jeunesse Hautcharage 13-0 in the Cup Winners' Cup on 29 September 1971. Chelsea won the first-leg 8-0 away from home, and the 21-0 aggregate score is a record for a European tie.

Purdue's 1967 win, 41-6, is the Boilermakers' biggest win.

October 2022 What TV channel is Leicester v Crystal Palace on? The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 11:30am.

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October 2022 What TV channel is Leicester v Crystal Palace on? The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 11:30am.

[livestreams>>]tv] Leicester City Vs Crystal Palace Live Free 15

October 2022 What TV channel is Leicester v Crystal Palace on? The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 11:30am.

Mikel Arteta described Arsenal's 4-2 win against Leicester City as a 'big performance' and highlighted the impact of Gabriel Jesus after the Brazilian scored twice in the win.