Last Updated: 11/08/13 6:28pm
Thanks for joining me on the clockwatch this afternoon. The result leaves Leeds in 8th and Leicester 9th - alphabetical order deciding those placings!
That's it - Leicester 0 Leeds United 0. The winning starts to the season of both clubs come to an end.
Leeds skipper Rudy Austin is the Sky Bet Championship Man of the Match. He's put in a dogged display in central midfield on his return from suspension.
Into four minutes of stoppage time. Smith gets above Whitbread and heads down but Schmeichel has the near post covered and the ball goes out for a corner.
Knockaert attempts a shot from a similar range to Wood's a few minutes earlier. However, his shot goes wide of Kenny's left-hand post.
Referee Stroud believes Knockaert was kicking the calves of Austin and books him. That's Leicester's third caution of the afternoon.
Chris Wood hits the post! The big striker glides in from the right flank, goes by Pearce and lets fly with a fierce low shot but sees it come back off the upright. Really unlucky for Leicester, who have stepped it up.
Great chance for Leeds! Poleon dinks in a cross for Smith and he nods it across the face of goal for Green. The midfielder can't get his header on target, and the offside flag is up anyway. However, replays show he was probably level.
Last Leicester change - Chris Wood ON, Jamie Vardy OFF. Vardy's last meaningful act was to fire over when given a sight of goal, as Kenny raced out.
Fancy Leicester to find a way through? They can now be backed at 3/1 in the live Sky Bet market. Leeds are 13/2.
Nugent is angry with himself. Knockaert teased a pass through to him on the left side of the area and he tried to curl in a shot, only to see the ball loop well wide.
Leicester break quickly down the left through Dyer, but a promising move ends disappointingly as Peltier heads Nugent's cross clear.
Drinkwater swivels away from Murphy on the edge of the area and strikes a shot but it's always rising. Better from Leicester, though.
A brief scare for Leeds! Paul Green slices a clearance from Danny Drinkwater's low right-wing cross and it could have flown in. Green wears a smirk, but that was a little worrying for the visitors.
Konchesky went down clutching his ankle, so we had a brief break in play. He's up again, but limping considerably.
Excellent defending from Rudy Austin - the Leeds skipper is there to head the ball out before Andy King can get to the corner.
Moore closes the space on Varney who was cantering into the area on the left side. Then Lees is adjudged to have impeded an opposition defender from the corner.
Peltier and Varney link up well down the right and the latter crosses in, only to see Schmeichel claim the ball with ease.
How have the live Sky Bet odds changed? Well, Leicester are now out to 6/5 to win the game. Leeds can still be backed at 7/2, and the draw is 6/4.
Here's Jordan Gardiner on email: "Afternoon Jon! Would love to see Leeds get a result here! Get White on for the final 20 mins and with their tired legs and his pace, we could be onto a winner! Come on you Whites!" Maybe that's what McDermott has in mind this afternoon...
"Will be settled by a late goal I think, Leicester are a better side on paper but McDermott's tactical know how will win this" - the view of @tedlufcpowell on Twitter.
"Solid 1st-half display by #lufc. Green industrious and looks most likely to create opening. Great having Austin back to protect defence" - @marshyleeds on Twitter. Agree?
Get in touch with me at half-time via email at email@example.com or via Twitter at @jonboy79. Keen to hear your thoughts!
Half-time: Leicester 0 Leeds 0. The first period ends with Austin slamming a free-kick into the wall. The best chance? Probably Pearce's early header way back in the fifth minute. Pretty dire fare, to be honest.
Tom Lees is receiving treatment after blocking off Nugent on the edge of the box. His Leeds team-mates have a drink while he jogs off. He's OK to continue though.
Also watching on at the King Power today is Leicester chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. I had to cut and paste that.
Copious scribbling from Brian McDermott in his notepad on the touchline. Hopefully he's keeping himself entertained because the football on show has gone decidedly stale.
There's no denying this game has hit a definite lull. Ignasi Miquel and Sean St Ledger get a bit of screen-time. They're watching from an executive box this afternoon.
An awful effort from King. who decided to take a shot on goal from out wide on the left flank. High and wide.
Noel Hunt shoots wide of the post after meeting a right-wing cross just before Schmeichel, but the whistle had already gone. Replays show the Leeds forward was just offside.
Leicester were on the attack - until referee Stroud got in the way. He's able to smile, although the crowd were more than a little frustrated.
Danny Drinkwater's shot is deflected off the heels of Paul Green and goes out for a corner. Good opportunity for Leicester there.
Vardy looked to spin off the defender after Konchesky played the ball into the box from the left, but he doesn't quite manage to pull the move off.
A decent move from Leicester sees Nugent play a one-two and get into the area, but he fails to get control of the ball and the chance is gone.
The flag stayed down as McCormack looked to steal away down the left, but Whitbread wins the ball back. Leicester have had 64% possession in the last 10 minutes.
A concerted spell of head tennis in the Leeds penalty area, and eventually the visitors are able to relieve the pressure.
The free-kick from Matty James finds David Nugent but he heads the ball down and sees it bounce out of play.
First booking of the game - referee Keith Stroud shows a yellow card to Leeds' Jason Pearce for bringing down Jamie Vardy about 30 yards from goal.
Liam Moore's long throw tests the Leeds defence once again. This time, it's Wes Morgan who eventually nods towards goal but Kenny saves.
The Leeds fans are making a lot of noise at the King Power and they'll be pleased with their team's first 10 minutes. Hunt and McCormack are pulling wide and causing Leicester problems.
A wayward throw by Kenny allowed Leicester a sight of goal through Andy King, but the keeper makes the save.
Jamie Vardy whips in a left-wing cross that Kenny claims comfortably. Leicester seeing more of the ball now after a good opening spell from the visitors.
Austin lets fly with a fierce shot which is blocked, after Schmeichel's punch from a Warnock corner. Then Hunt crosses in for Jason Pearce to get in a header, but he doesn't trouble the goal.
Varney slips at the crucial moment as McCormack sends in a right-wing cross. De Laet heads the ball away.
Leicester send in an early corner which goes out for a throw. Liam Moore hurls the ball back in, but eventually Leeds clear.
Leicester are wearing their traditional blue shirts and white shorts. Leeds are in a gold away kit with blue shorts.
Nigel Pearson says: "It'll be a tough game for both sides. We've got some really good options - we've got energy up top today." As for Brian McDermott: "We've got a good following here today. There's always a good atmosphere here."
Fancy a wager on this Sky Bet Championship clash? Time for the very latest odds from the title sponsor. Sky Bet make Leicester 5/6 favourites, with Leeds priced at 7/2. The draw is a 13/5 shout.
Leicester have won only one of their last six home meetings with Leeds. That came on Easter Monday 2009, when Steve Howard struck late on to seal a 1-0 victory.
Leeds have only won once away from home in the league thus far in 2013 - that came against Watford at Vicarage Road on the final day of last season. They did win at the King Power in November 2011 however, with Adam Clayton scoring the only goal of the game.
First message of the day comes from Reykjavik, where @johannleeds will be watching. How do you feel Johann? "A little nervous about this one. Leicester is a good side, especially at home." The Foxes lost only six league games on their own patch last season. Leeds claimed a 1-1 draw here in March, Michael Keane rescuing a point in stoppage time after Sam Byram's 52nd-minute opener.
Leeds boss Brian McDermott has plumped for virtually the same team that started the 2-1 home win over Brighton on the opening day. The only difference is Rudy Austin, captain today, coming back from suspension to replace Michael Tonge, who drops to the bench. There's still no sign of El Hadji Diouf, who has been struggling with a shin infection.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson makes four changes following the 2-1 win at Wycombe in the Capital One Cup first round in midweek. Zak Whitbread, Danny Drinkwater, Paul Konchesky and Jamie Vardy all return to the starting line-up. Lloyd Dyer, Neil Danns and Chris Wood drop to the bench, while the injured Sean St Ledger is not involved today. Ben Marshall is still ill, and the game comes too early for new loan signing Ignasi Miquel.
Leeds team: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, Warnock, Green, Austin (c), Murphy, McCormack, Hunt, Varney.
Leicester team: Schmeichel; Moore, Morgan (c), Whitbread; De Laet, Drinkwater, James, King, Konchesky; Vardy, Nugent.