Past sampler Leicester at the Bridge
The most recent meeting between the two sides was in the sixth round of that competition, with the Blues seeing off the Foxes en route to lifting the trophy.
With a place in the semi-finals at stake, there was plenty riding on the game for both teams, with Chelsea under the guidance of Roberto Di Matteo.
Fernando Torresnetted a brace in a 5-2 home win, the second of which was scored with his head.
The official Chelsea website described the goal at the time.
'The Spaniard, in particular, was a constant threat, and his link-up play with Sturridge, Mata and Kalou was causing Nigel Pearson's side all manner of problems every time we attacked.
'Torres capped a marvellous individual display when he headed his second of the game from a Meireles corner to put us 4-1 up, although Leicester responded instantly with an absolute screamer from long-range by the substitute Ben Marshall.'
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In 2007, the teams played out a seven-goal thriller in the League Cup fourth round, with the Blues scraping through courtesy of two goals in the last three minutes.
We had to come from behind twice on the night, and our involvement in the competition was hanging by a thread after Carl Cort had made it 3-2 to the visitors 17 minutes from time.
However, Andriy Shevchenko drew us level in the 85th minute, before a Frank Lampard header [pictured above], which was initially deemed not to have crossed the line, was then given as a goal. It was the winner on the night and completed a hat-trick for the midfielder.
Chelseafc.com cleared up the confusion at the time.
'Lampard went for goal first, his headerwas blocked on the line. The ball fell to Shevchenko further out and he fired back towards a packed goalmouth. It may have been heading in anyway but a big deflection off Belletti completed the job.
'TheBrazilian had his first Chelsea goal, at least that is what everyone thought. Then the information came through that the officials had judged Lampard's earlier attempt over the line. He had his second Chelsea hat-trick, the previous one against Macclesfield last January.'
The first home game of the Roman Abramovich era saw the Blues welcome Leicester to Stamford Bridge, and having beaten Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield on the opening day of the season we made it six points from six with a win by the same scoreline.
An own-goal by Lilian Nalis [pictured above having beaten goalkeeper Ian Walker] had given us the lead inside the opening two minutes, but the visitors restored parity six minutes before half-time through James Scowcroft.
However, on his home debut, Adrian Mutu quickly restored our lead, a goal which proved to be the winner on the day.
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