Their Premier League title defence may not be going to plan, but it is a different story for Leicester City on the European stage. Consecutive Champions League victories have propelled the Foxes to the top of Group G ahead of a double header against FC Copenhagen, the first of which takes place at the King Power Stadium this evening.
Having overcome Porto on a famous night in the last round of fixtures, the home faithful will be confident of seeing their side notch up another win. The visitors are not to be underestimated, however; Stale Solbakken's side are unbeaten in all competitions so far this season and lead their domestic league by six points.
The Key Battle - Daniel Amartey vs Thomas Delaney
Amartey arrived at Leicester from FC Copenhagen in January - having excelled against Porto, he will be looking to continue his fine European form against his former employers. He will face a tough test against visiting captain Delaney, who is a Denmark international and scored in his side's 4-0 win over Club Brugge last time out.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, this is the first ever meeting between these two teams. The last time FC Copenhagen faced English opposition was in 2010/11, when they suffered a 2-0 aggregate defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League round of 16.
Recent form – most recent last:
Leicester - WDLWDL
FC Copenhagen - WDWWDW
Who’s the ref?
Nicola Rizzoli will be the man in the middle in the East Midlands. The Italian took charge of the thrilling 3-3 draw between Celtic and Manchester City during the last round of matches, one of five games Rizzoli has had the whistle for this season.
What time is kick off?
The action at the King Power Stadium gets underway at 7.45pm
Where can I watch it?
BT Sport 3 have live coverage of the match, with the pre-match build up beginning at 7pm.
Leicester - 21/20
Draw - 12/5
FC Copenhagen - 29/10