Last Updated: 14/12/13 2:35pm
That's all for the live commentary, so thanks for joining us this afternoon. That was a thoroughly enjoyable game between two sides who have both more than demonstrated their promotion credentials. Burnley remain top, but that could change if QPR manage to win at Blackpool (3pm). Other than perhaps the first-half penalty, it's hard to imagine that either manager will have too many complaints with a point after that. Be sure to check back shorty for a full match-report and reaction from the managers.
Full-time! It's all over at the King Power Stadium and it's ended 1-1. Burnley remain top of the table for now at least after Danny Ings cancelled out David Nugent's first-half penalty. 1-1.
Chance for Leicester as Dyer feeds Knockaert in the area, he fires across goal and Heaton parries it into the air, Mee is there to head behind for a Leicester corner.
Ings' cross is cut-out before Dyer then sees the exact same thing happen to him at the other end. Both sides are going for this.
There will be a minimum of three minutes stoppage time at the end of this second-half with things still firmly in the balance. The home crowd urge Leicester on.
Schlupp then cuts through the middle, shaking off Shackell, before firing wide of Heaton's goal from outside of the box. He didn't quite hit that as sweetly as he would've liked there.
Schlupp is involved for the first time as he sees his delivery across goal easily collected by Heaton.
Burnley are momentarily relieved of that pressure as Taylor-Fletcher is adjudged to have shoved Shackell in the box and a free-kick is awarded which Heaton will take.
With five minutes to go, it's Lecicester who are applying the pressure, although the Burnley defence has dealt well with everything thrown at them so far.
Treacy tries to release Arfield as he surges into the area, but his pass is too heavy and Schmiechel can collect.
Schlupp does enter the field and it's Vardy making way. Unclear as to whether it is a tactical change or if his shoulder problem played a part in Nigel Pearson's thinking.
Ings' cross for Vokes is blocked and the hosts clear before Marney is pulled up for a handball and Leicester are awarded a free-kick inside their own half.
Shackell cuts out a ball looking for Dyer as Leicester continue to mount pressure on the Burnley goal.
Massive, massive chance for Leicester as Vardy heads wide from six yards. Great play from Dyer as he skipped past Trippier, he found Vardy in a goalscoring position, but the striker guided it wide and punches the floor in frustration. He knows he should have scored.
Knockaert feeds Moore whose overlapping run finds him in a dangerous position, but he can't guide his cross into the danger area and it goes behind for a goalkick.
We're into the last 15 minutes of normal time at the King Power Stadium. I've said it before, but this game could really go either way. Schmeichel collects Vokes' flick-on and Leicester will look to break.
There's then a good chance at the opposite end as Taylor-Fletcher guides Dyer's cross goal-wards, only for his effort to be blocked and turned behind by Shackell who reads it well.
Trippier's ball from deep finds Vokes at the back-post, he crosses for Ings whose header is deflected into the arms of Schmeichel.
Vokes' flick-on finds Ings in space, he takes it down on his chest before turning and firing a dipping effort over Schmeichel's bar. A chance not too dissimilar to his one at the end of the first-half.
Burnley also make a substitution as Michael Kightly makes way for Keith Treacy in a like-for-like change.
Double substitution for Leicester as Gary Taylor-Fletcher replaces goalscorer David Nugent and Marcin Wasilewski comes on for Ritchie De Laet.
Konchesky's speculative strike from the edge of the area rolls into the arms of Heaton who gathers easily.
The game seems to have burst back into life following those two appeals and the home crowd have re-found their voice, encouraging their team to return to high-tempo football.
Another penalty shout for Burnley after Kightly goes down under pressure from Konchesky, but play is again waved on.
There's a shout for handball inside the area for Burnley after Vokes felt that Konchesky handled it as he tried to knock it around him. Nothing given, Burnley corner.
That's not to say that they're both happy to settle for a point though. Burnley are starting to see much more of the ball this second-half and they've got Leicester pegged back.
Knockaert and De Laet try to combine on the edge of the area, but Knockaert's touch is too heavy and Burnley can clear. Both sides look to have adopted a more cautious approach since that big Vokes chance.
While the first-half was fairly open and end-to-end, things seem to have just settled down a bit in these last few minutes as Leicester look to be sitting slightly deeper while Burnley are in possession.
Trippier's throw falls to Mee on the edge of the area, but his first-time effort is lashed well over the bar and into the stand behind the goal.
Here come Burnley at the other end as Trippier lines up a throw-in that he will look to launch into the area...
Nugent comes close for Leicester as he diverts Dyer's cross over the bar with his shin. It was great build-up play from Knockaert to wriggle his way into the area to tee up Dyer, his cross found Nugent, but the striker just couldn't quite get the contact it needed on it.
There's a brief stoppage in play as Trippier is down following a challenge from Nugent as the Leicester man looked to accidentally step on the full-back's ankle. Meanwhile, Jamie Vardy also looks to be struggling with the shoulder injury he picked up in the first-half.
What a start to this second-half. Burnley could quite easily and probably should be ahead. It's not hard to see why they are where they are in the Championship table.
Huge chance for Burnley! De Laet's pass back is short and Vokes latches onto it, he goes through on goal under no pressure, but he seems to hesitate and the onrushing Schmeichel does well to block his effort for a corner.
Dyer and Konchesky try to work an opening down the left, Knockaert takes over but Trippier gets a foot in to stab it out of play for a throw.
That's exactly the response that Sean Dyche will have been looking for at half-time. We saw glimpses of what Burnley can do in that first-half, but they now look full of confidence and this game is there for the taking.
Burnley are level almost immediately and it's that man Danny Ings. Trippier's cross finds its way to him inside the area, he tees himself up before slotting past Schmeichel to net his 16th of the season in all competitions. Game on. 1-1.
Burnley are now priced at 12/1 with Sky Bet to win this game, while a draw also seems good value at 4/1.
What was your verdict on that first-half? Think Burnley can still win it? You can let me know either by Twitter: @ryanparrish1919 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll try to post a selection of the best.
The referee signals for half-time and Leicester go into the break 1-0 ahead thanks to David Nugent's penalty following a dubious foul on Jamie Vardy. It's been a decent half of football with Leicester looking very dangerous in attack, while Burnley have come close through Danny Ings who saw his header come back off the post. This one could still go either way.
Chance for Leicester as Knockaert drags his shot wide after not quite getting the contact on it desired. We're into the second of three minutes added time at the end of the first-half.
There's then a couple of chances for Burnley at the other end. First, Trippier sees his free-kick blocked by the Leicester wall before Ings is allowed to bring the ball down on his chest, turn and fire just wide of the post from outside of the box. It's that ability to create something from nothing that Burnley will need here today.
It's a great delivery from Knockaert as his cross somehow finds Moore unmarked at the back post. The defender just beats Wes Morgan to it who misses his header, only to sky his effort well over the bar from relatively close-range.
Vardy looks in some discomfort, he's still down clutching his shoulder as he receives treatment from the physio.
Free-kick for Leicester inside the Burnley half after Jones blocks off Vardy and the striker goes to ground. Chance to get the ball into the box here.
Just as I talk about a lack of clear-cut chances, Leicester get a great one. Nugent does well to play in Vardy on the edge of the area, he wrong-foots the Burnley defender before dragging his effort inches wide of Heaton's goal. Great chance and he probably should have hit the target.
The game has maintained its high tempo, although clear-cut chances have been few-and-far between in these last few minutes. Vokes does get into a position to shoot, but he's adjudged to have handled the ball as he tried to control it and Leicester are given a free-kick.
Trippier is found in an advanced position down the right wing, but his first touch is heavy and it goes behind for a goalkick.
Trippier does drill the ball into the area, there's a brief scramble in the box before De Laeat can clear the danger.
Free-kick for Burnley just inside the Leicester half as Nugent pulls back Duff. Trippier stands over it and looks as though he will attempt a ball into the area.
Knockaert's corner is easily headed clear by Mee but Leicester pick up the loose ball and Nugent wins a throw by the corner flag as his cross is blocked.
Leicester have still got the quality to cause problems and they look dangerous on the break. Nugent looks as though he is preparing to strike, instead he plays in De Laet on the right, his cross is poor before Konchesky tries a delivery which is dealt with by the Burnley defence
Ings and Arfield both try to work an opening but James picks up the loose ball to clear the danger. Burnley are right back in this game.
Ritchie De Laet is the first player of the afternoon to receive a yellow card for his late challenge on Arfield.
This game has really opened up now and Burnley look buoyed by that earlier chance as they try to mount an attack.
Almost immediately, Leicester win a corner at the other end. Knockaert plays it short to Dyer who picks out Nugent, but he can't quite get enough power in his header and he guides it into the arms of Heaton.
First chance of the game for Burnley and it's as close as they come. Trippier whips an inviting ball into the area from deep, Ings pulls off his marker to get the flick-on, only to see his header bounce back off the post with Schmeichel flying across goal.
Mee manages to get his head on Lloyd Dyer's cross ahead of Knockaert to clear for Burnley, before Nugent hauls down Scott Arfield as he tries to break and the Clarets are awarded a free-kick.
Vokes does well to leap and get the flick-on looking for Ings, but Schmeichel is quick off his line and can gather at the feet of the chasing striker.
Knockaert fires wildly over the bar from distance and Burnley have the chance to get some brief respite from the goalkick.
Leicester have won 9 of the 10 league games this season that they have taken the lead in which doesn't bode well for Dyche. They've looked particularly strong in these early stages and Burnley just haven't had a sight of goal so far.
Sean Dyche is understandably unimpressed with that decision, he's currently exchanging a few words with the fourth official. It did look to be a bit of a harsh call to award the penalty and Vardy did seem to go to ground fairly easily.
David Nugent stays incredibly calm to send Heaton the wrong way and give Leicester the lead, claiming his 10th Championship goal of the season in the process. 1-0 Leicester.
Penalty to Leicester after Vardy is barged over by a combination of Shackell and Mee. Nugent will take.
Vokes is flagged for offside after latching onto Kieran Trippier's clever ball over the top. It looked to be a bit of a tight call but Vokes knocked it wide anyway.
Morgan hoofs Danny Ings' ball into touch as the Burnley man tried to find strike-partner Sam Vokes inside the area. This is where Sean Dyche will want his side.
It's been a frantic start to the game and Burnley just haven't had the chance to settle. Leicester's attacks have been relentless and they are backed by a vociferous home crowd.
The first real effort on goal comes from Knockaert as he volleys straight at Heaton. The Burnley keeper spills the initial strike but soon manages to smother it.
Knockaert's free-kick finds its way to Drinkwater on the edge of the area, he sees his effort blocked before James suffers the same fate as he can't find a way through a crowded Burnley box and it goes behind for a corner.
Duff brings down Nugent just outside of the area and Leicester are awarded a free-kick in a good position. Chance to cross and Knockaert stands over it.
Burnley calm things down with a succession of throw-ins inside the Leicester half before Ings tries to work a way into the area.
The first chance of the game falls to Leicester as Dyer's strike is blocked by Trippier following De Laet's pull-back. Very lively start, with Dyer, Vardy and Nugent all looking particularly dangerous on the break already.
Early touch for Kasper Schmeichel as he gathers Shackell's header with ease. At the other end, Nugent is flagged for offside inside the first minute.
While Burnley boss Sean Dyche says: 'We hope to make the best of what we've got and we've been doing that this season. It's another good test for us today.'
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson says: 'We want to get back to winning games, we want our best performances back out there again. I still maintain we have a good squad, any changes made are for the good of the team and that particular game.'
With just under 15 minutes to kick-off, the build-up is now underway on Sky Sports 1. But fear not if you can't watch the game today, as I'll be doing my very best to describe all of the action as it happens. You can also get involved. Let me know your thoughts via Twitter: @ryanparrish1919 or email: email@example.com, and I'll post the best ones.
If you're fancying a flutter on today's game, our friends over at Sky Bet have got a number of Price Boosts available. Anthony Knockaert to score first and Leicester to win 2‐1 is priced at 66/1 and looks particularly tempting, while Danny Ings to score first and Burnley to win 2‐0 at 90/1 could also be worth a punt.
As it stands in the Championship, just one point separates these two sides with Burnley on 39 at the top and Leicester on 38 in third, with QPR sandwiched between them. A Leicester win would see them go two points clear for the time being, but they could then be overtaken by QPR if they are to win at Blackpool later today. A draw would see Leicester temporarily go level with QPR, while Burnley would go one point clear depending on how Harry Redknapp's side get on at 3pm. An away win would really cement Burnley's growing status as title-contenders as they would go three points clear. Sean Dyche's men are also five points better off than QPR in terms of goal difference.
As for Burnley, they make just the one change from last weekend's 1-0 win over Barnsley with Dean Marney returning for Brian Stock in midfield.
So it's four changes for Leicester from the team that was beaten 3-1 away to Brighton last weekend. De Laet, Moore, Knockaert and James all come in for Wasilewski, Miquel, Hammond and King respectively.
As always, you can get in touch before, during and after the game to give your verdict. I'd also love to hear your score predictions and thoughts for the rest of the season. You can either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or drop me a line via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and a selection of the best will be published.
Leicester XI: Schmeichel; De Laet, Morgan, Moore, Konchesky; Knockaert, James, Drinkwater, Dyer; Nugent, Vardy.
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