Foxes still looking for win
By Stuart Vincent
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Leicester are now without a win from four league games after they drew 1-1 with Stoke.
Leicester are now without a win from four Coca-Cola Championship games after Stoke City ground out a draw at The Walkers Stadium.
Leicester had the better first half with Danny Tiatto giving them the lead but Stoke's superior second-half performance ensured they left with a point, thanks to a Carl Asaba finish.
The managerless Foxes looked in control in the early stages of the game and were rewarded for their efforts on 21 minutes when Tiatto's left-footed shot was deflected off John Halls into the back of the net.
The visitors rarely troubled Leicester in the first half but eight minutes after the break they drew level when Asaba scored from close range.
The second period saw both sides struggle in the difficult conditions and Leicester will be grateful to goalkeeper Kevin Pressman who prevented Stoke leaving with three points after an impressive save from a long-range Darel Russell shot and then a brave close range save that denied Ade Akinbiyi..
Leicester boss Dave Bassett was then dealt a major injury blow, when former Arsenal centre back Martin Keown had to be replaced by Matt Elliott.
The game deteriorated, as did the conditions and a hopeful Trevor Benjamin strike was all the Foxes could produce in the latter stages.