It is back to Premier League action for the Leicester City squad as they return from international action.
The Foxes take on West Midlands rivals Aston Villa at the King Power Stadium in a 7:15 kick off tonight (Sunday).
Leicester will be looking to bounce back from defeat in their last league outing when they fell to a 3-0 defeat to West Ham, while Villa will be looking to continue the momentum from their shock 7-2 victory over Liverpool before the international break.
A win for City would mean that they have had their best ever start to a top-flight season after winning their opening three games.
The same fixture was the last Premier League game to be played in front of a crowd, with City coming out as 4-0 winners.
However, this one will be played behind closed doors due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Up until now, games had been shown on Sky Sports, BT Sport or even the BBC as part of the subscription.
But, a decision made by all Premier League clubs bar Leicester, means that the game will now be shown on Sky Sports Box office on a Pay Per View basis, with fans having to pay an extra £14.95 to watch the game.
That choice has not gone down well with supporters, with many refusing to pay out of principal.
So, what are the alternative ways of following the action?
Live Radio commentary of the match will be available via BBC Five Live, and BBC Radio Leicester.
The club also provides live commentary of the game from the King Power Stadium, with pre and post-match reaction online on LCFC TV.
You will also be able to follow live updates and reaction by following LeicestershireLive’s Leicester City account on Twitter.