Luke Pawley

Football journalist. Editor of Also written for Leicester Mercury, Non League Paper, Grimsby Telegraph, 90min, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo Sports, MSN Sport and more.

Everything you need to know about Tigers v Sale

Leicester Tigers host Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership at Welford Road tomorrow. Kick-off is 3.0 Is it on TV? What channel is it on? The game will not be broadcast on TV in the UK, but you can watch Channel 5’s Premiership Highlights show tomorrow at 8.0. Who is the referee? Luke Pearce is the man with the whistle as he takes charge of his 67th Premiership game. His assistants are Hamish Smales and Nigel Carrick, while Sean Davey is the TMO. The citing officer is Wade Dooley. Sale won t

What time does does Leicester City v Man City? Is it on TV?

Leicester City will be looking to hit the ground running again following the international break. The game kicks off at 3.00pm on Saturday, November 18, at the King Power Stadium. Is it on TV? The game is not being shown on live TV in the UK. Don’t get too used to that, though. You can follow every kick of the game on our live matchday blog from 1.30pm. Who is the referee? Graham Scott has been appointed as referee for this fixture. His assistants will be Richard West and Scott Ledger, with

Tom Croft's top five career highlights and his injury setbacks

Leicester Tigers, England, and British & Irish Lions forward Tom Croft has been forced to retire. The 31-year-old has called time on his career after seeking medical advice on a neck injury. Croft made 173 appearances for Tigers , earned 40 caps for England as well as playing in five Tests for the Lions in a career that reached supreme highs but was also held back due to injury problems. We have had a look at some of those highs and lows. Despite making his debut in 2005, a week after his 20

On the plane to Russia: the City players heading to the World Cup

Seven Leicester City players look likely to be travelling to Russia for the World Cup next summer, representing four different countries. And there are a few outside bets too with several players pushing to be included in their nation's 23-man squad. Here's a rundown of the City players expected to be turning out next summer. Kasper Schmeichel’s Denmark qualified for the 2018 World Cup on Tuesday evening with a convincing 5-1 victory over Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland in the second leg