It's half time and the Foxes are one point ahead against Porto
The stage is set and the fans are already in town as the Foxes prepare to face one of their toughest challenges. Our reporter Hannah Gamlin has been to take the mood on the cities streets.
All the build-up to tonight's first Champions League home game for the Foxes against the Portuguese side.Read the full story ›
Tomorrow Leicester City's first ever home game in the UEFA Champions League takes place.
So how is the city getting ready to roll out the blue carpet for Porto fans?
Our reporter Michael Sibert took a trip to one Portugese cafe in the city, who've been preparing some traditional dishes ahead of the game:
The players and management looked relaxed as they took part in their preparations for their Champions League game at home.Read the full story ›
Leicester City are in training today ahead of their first Champions League home game against Portuguese side Porto at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes have had the perfect debut in the competition so far with a 3-0 win at Club Brugge earlier this month.
With the draw of the Champions League taking place today, what are the best and worst case scenarios for Leicester City?Read the full story ›
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- West Brom 0-0 Stoke
- Charlton 0-1 Nottingham Forest
- Middlesbrough 0-0 Derby
- Birmingham 0-0 Brentford
- Sheffield Utd 1-1 Peterborough
- Burton 0-0 Blackpool
- Chesterfield 3-0 Shrewsbury
- Fleetwood 0-0 Bury
- Walsall 0-1 Rochdale
- Crewe 0-4 Coventry
- Northampton 1-0 Barnet
- Notts County 0-1 Oxford Utd
- Yeovil 1-0 York
The New Saints FC failed to reach the next round of the Champions League after losing 2-0 to SK Slovan Bratislava last night.
TNS are the current Welsh Premier League champions and are based in Oswestry in Shropshire.
They lost the Second Qualifying Round by 3-0 on aggregate.
Full time: TNS 0-2 SK Slovan Bratislava.
A football fan so disgusted with the referee’s decision to send-off a player in last night’s Champions League clash, rang 999 to report the incident to Nottinghamshire Police.
The 18-year-old Manchester United supporter was watching the second-leg tie against Real Madrid from his home in a village near Bingham, when he felt that Nani's controversial sending-off for a high challenge was a crime, so subsequently called police.
The man later apologised for his actions, claiming to have been caught up in the excitement.
Around two per cent of all calls reported are considered hoax by Nottinghamshire Police, with 6,933 incidents in 2012.