Make sure you know how to watch the FA Cup (opens in new tab) wherever you are. Team newsMichael Flynn has named the following Walsall starting 11: Owen Evans (GK), Donervon Daniels, Hayden White, Joe Low, Liam Gordon, Brandon Comley, Isaac Hutchinson, Jacon Maddox, Robbie Willmott, Andy Williams, Tom Knowles. Brendan Rodgers has named the following Walsall starting 11: Daniel Iversen (GK), Daniel Amartey, Luke Thomas, Timothy Castagne, Wout Faes, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Nampalys Mendy, Youri Tielemans, Harvey Barnes, James Maddison, Patson Daka. FormWalsall come into this clash among the most in-form teams in the top four divisions: the Saddlers have lost just one of their last 13 outings in all competitions, winning nine.
They currently sit four points outside the League Two play-offs with two games in hand and drew 1-1 away to Tranmere last time out. Leicester, meanwhile, have hit a real slump since the World Cup. The Foxes have won just two of their eight games in league and cup since the resumption of the club season – both against lower-league opposition. They conceded a late equaliser to draw 2-2 at home to Brighton last time out, although they did at least snap a run of four straight league defeats. RefereeGavin Ward will be the referee for Walsall vs Leicester City. StadiumWalsall vs Leicester City will be played at the 11, 300-capacity Bescot Stadium in Walsall.