Leicester 2-2 Burnley Highlights
Substitute Ross Wallace scored a stoppage time equaliser to earn Burnley a point at Leicester.
Ghana international Jeffrey Schlupp put the Foxes ahead with a right-foot finish after Mahrez’s low cross.
Burnley ended a run of five league games without a goal when Michael Kightly equalised after Scott Arfield’s cross.
Riyad Mahrez restored Leicester’s lead before Wallace equalised with a dramatic 20-yard free-kick.
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Venue: King Power Stadium
Date: Saturday, 4 October, 2014
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
Leicester are unbeaten in the last seven meetings (W5, D2).
However, Burnley have lost only two of their last 11 league visits to Leicester (W4, D5).
There have been 149 goals in the previous 42 top-flight meetings, an average of 3.5 goals per game.
The Foxes have lost only once in their last 18 home matches (W12, D5). That defeat came at the hands of Brighton when Leonardo Ulloa scored twice for the visitors prior to becoming Leicester’s record signing.
Ulloa has opened the scoring for Leicester in all four Premier League games in which they have registered a goal this campaign. In total, he has five goals in six games.
Nigel Pearson’s side have kept only one clean sheet since returning to the top flight, and have conceded two goals or more in four of their six games.
Leicester are yet to be in front at half time this season.
David Nugent has scored for Leicester in their last four meetings against Burnley. He played for Burnley on loan throughout their last Premier League season in 2009-10, scoring six goals.
Burnley have not scored for 10 hours and 16 minutes in all competitions since Scott Arfield’s goal against Chelsea in their season-opener. They are 36 minutes away from setting a new goalless club record, which currently stands at 10 hours and 51 minutes.
The Clarets are one of three clubs yet to win a Premier League game this season (D3, L3), along with Sunderland and Newcastle.
Sean Dyche’s side have kept three clean sheets, one of five teams to have done so.
Twelve of the 18 players used by Burnley in this season’s Premier League are English, more than any other side. Leicester have used 11.
Lukas Jutkiewicz has attempted the most shots (excluding blocks) without scoring in the Premier League so far this season (14).
Ben Mee and Michael Keane both had successful loan spells at Leicester, from Manchester City and Manchester United respectively.