Big opportunity for loan and fringe players as Leicester confirm pre-season games and PL season opener looks to be moved?

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Leicester did today confirm three more pre-season friendlies as they will play Sevilla, Preston and Notts County. The game vs. Leuven away had been earlier scheduled.

Leicester are also seeking a possible move for the season opener vs. Brentford as it will clash with other festivitas in the city. We will see what happens with that one, and if Leicester play on Sunday?

As always we will follow all games and hopefully it will be a grand campaign as we follow the squad and management on their pre-season tour.

We do not know if there will be more games scheduled as all of them are spread on the month of July and played on different Saturday’s in July.

Notts County will be playing at Seagrave behind close doors as the first venue, and probably with a set-up of players not involved in internationals and a few of the development players and could be that Callum Wright and George Hirst will feature. They are both back after succesfull loan spells at Cheltenham and Portsmouth. Daniel Iversen is also one that has an exciting pre-season to look forward to.

Leicester will as earlier confirmed be playing OH Leuven away and games vs. Preston North End away and Sevilla at home is to date the games officially scheduled. This will of course as always be a very interesting list of games to follow as the team get different challenges and set-up’s against these teams.

One report today suggests a possible move from Saturday to Sunday for the PL season opener vs. Brentford and to see that going live a day later could not be the worst problem.

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