Leicester will be aiming to grab their first win of the Europa League campaign when they go against Polish champions Legia Warsaw at the Stadio Wojska on Thursday evening.

Legia Warsaw will aim to build on an opening day victory over Spartak Moscow in the Europa League. A stoppage-time goal from Kosovo international Lirim Kastrati earned them a 1-0 victory at Spartak, despite having been under fire for most of the match. They now sit top of Group C and now face English side Leicester City. Legia Warsaw goes into this match with a 3-2 home defeat at the weekend. They sit 15th in their league standings following a dismal start to the season. Head Coach Czeslaw Michniewicz is on a long injury list as Goalkeeper Artur Boruc is unavailable for this clash. Defender Mattias Johansson and Brazilian winger Luquinhas are also ruled out with injuries.

Having picked up just a point from their last three Premier League games, Leicester City will be keen to post a first win of the Europa League campaign. The Foxes blew a two-goal lead against Napoli in their Europa League opener. They took the lead early in the first with an Ayoze Perez goal and soon doubled their lead in the second half. A Victor Osimhen brace deep in the second half cost them all three points. Struggling to balance domestic and European action, Leicester sits in the bottom half of the Premier League after disjointed performances against Brighton and Burnley. Head Coach Brendan Rogers will be without Wilfred Ndidi as the midfielder serves a suspension. Long-term absentees James Justin and Wesely Fofana are ruled out with injuries.

Leicester City has just one win in their last five games (W1 D2 L2). Leicester are with four wins in their last six away games. Brendan Rogers will look to address his defense as they have seen BTTS in five of their last seven games conceding 11 goals in that run. A win for the Foxes is priced at 1.8 odds at Betking.