Roma vs. Leicester City time, TV channel, stream, betting odds for Europa Conference League clash

Brendan Rodgers is aiming to create another chapter of Leicester City history as his side head to Italy for a Europa Conference League semi-final second leg against Roma.

Rodgers' faces his former Chelsea mentor Jose Mourinho at the Stadio Olimpico, as the Foxes battle the Serie A side for a place in the competition's inaugural final, following their 1-1 first-leg draw at the King Power Stadium.

After their incredible feat of winning the Premier League in 2016, Leicester have struggled to maintain their place in the Premier League's top four, although last year's FA Cup winners continue to battle for silverware.

With a European qualification spot essentially beyond them this season via the league route, Rodgers is hoping to secure a backdoor Europa League place by winning this competition.

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How to watch Roma vs. Leicester City

  UK USA Canada Australia
Date May 5 May 5 May 5 May 6
Time 20:00 BST 3:00 p.m. ET 3:00 p.m. ET 5:00 a.m. AEST
TV channel BT Sport 3 CBS - -
Streaming BT Sport Paramount+/fuboTV DAZN Stan Sport

In the US, televised Europa Conference League games are available on fuboTV, which also offers a free trial to new subscribers.

In Canada, all Europa Conference League games are streamed live on DAZN.

Roma vs. Leicester City predicted line-ups

Roma will be without Armenia star Henrikh Mkhitaryan after he was forced off injured in the first leg. Jordan Veretout is a candidate to replace him in the starting lineup, although Mourinho hinted he could alter his system to make up for Mkhitaryan's absence.

The former Manchester United boss rested a string of key names for their 0-0 weekend Serie A draw with Bologna ahead of the visit of Leicester.

Roma predicted line-up (3-4-3): Patricio (GK) — Ibanez, Smalling, Mancini — Zalewski, Cristante, Oliveira, Karsdorp — Zaniolo, Pellegrini — Abraham.

Rodgers also opted rotate his options for weekend domestic action, with a much-changed starting XI losing 3-1 away at Tottenham.

However, he will wait until the last minute before confirming his team, due to injury concerns over James Maddison and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, but talisman Jamie Vardy should start.

Leicester City predicted line-up (4-3-3): Schmeichel (GK) — Castagne, Evans, Fofana, Pereira — Soumare, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall — Lookman, Vardy, Barnes.

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Roma vs. Leicester City betting odds

This tie is evenly poised ahead of the second leg, especially with away goals no longer a factor, but both sides are winless in their past four games in all competitions (Leicester's run actually stands at five games).

Roma look well placed to seal a Europa League spot via Serie A this season, but Leicester's Premier League woes place them in an all-or-nothing situation, and Rodgers' side have won both of their away second-leg games in the knockout stages of this season's Europa Conference League.

  UK
(Sky Bet)
USA
(DraftKings)
Canada
(Sports Interaction)
Roma win 11/10 +110 2.12
Draw 23/10 +240 3.31
Leicester City win 23/10 +240 3.36
More than 2.5 goals 1/1 +100 2.01
Both teams to score 8/11 -130 1.74

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