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Foxes to face the Toffees in Bangkok friendly next month

Foxes to face the Toffees in Bangkok friendly next month

Leicester City, who have regained Premier League status for the first time in 10 years, will play a friendly against Everton on Sunday July 27 at the Supachalasai Stadium in Bangkok, according to a report on the club’s official website (www.lcfc.com).

The exhibition match forms part of a six-day pre-season tour for Nigel Pearson’s squad, while also marking the 25th anniversary of the Foxes’ Thai parent company King Power International.

The clash with Everton at the 30,000-seater stadium, set to kick off at 6pm, will be Leicester’s first match in Thailand since October 2010, when they beat the Thai national team 2-0.

Leicester City vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha told www.lcfc.com: “It will be with great pride that we bring our Championship-winning Leicester City squad back to Thailand for a match between two Premier League clubs that I am certain will capture the imagination of our football-loving nation.”

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