Brighton will be hoping to improve their dismal recent record against Leicester when they visit the Amex on Sunday (2pm).

Albion have failed to win any of their eight meetings with the Foxes in the Prem, drawing two and losing six.

You have to go back to April 2014 for the last time the Seagulls beat Leicester, 4-1 at the King Power Stadium, thanks to a brace from Leonardo Ulloa plus goals from Stephen Ward and Jesse Lingard.

Ironically three months after scoring that brace against Leicester, Ulloa joined them for a record transfer fee at the time of £8 million, with the Foxes having been promoted to the Prem.

Albion have gone close to beat on a couple of occasions, with the most recent coming in June 2020 at the King Power as the team played out a goalless draw.

Graham Potter's side were given a golden opportunity to take the lead after James Justin fouled Aaron Connolly in the box.

But Neal Maupay saw his effort saved by Kasper Schmeichel in what was the best chance of the match for either side to pick up all three points.

Their other best chance of getting their first win in the Prem against Leicester came in November 2018 as the sides drew 1-1 at the Amex.

Glenn Murray had put the Seagulls ahead in the 15th minute in his 100th appearance in the Prem.

But in the 28th minute, Albion’s chances of victory were given a boost as James Maddison was sent off for two bookable offences in the space of two minutes.

However, with 12 minutes left on the clock, Leicester were awarded a penalty Beram Kayal fouled Kelechi Iheanacho.

Jamie Vardy stepped up to score and secure a valuable point for the ten-men of Leicester.