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Brighton & Hove Albion-Leicester City Preview

One performance was pulsating, the other showed a few signs of promise. Yet both Leicester City and newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion look to regroup from losses and again pursue their first victories of the season Saturday at King Power Stadium.

The Foxes could be the Premier League's most entertaining team this season if last Friday's 4-3 defeat at Arsenal is the form guide. Leicester conceded and equalised within the first five minutes, twice took leads on goals by Jamie Vardy and then threw away all three points by allowing goals in the 83rd and 85th minutes.

"It's disappointing with a performance like that and you end up with zero points," defender Christian Fuchs told LCFC TV. "It's disappointing that we scored three away goals and haven't got anything out of it. Overall, I think the performance was okay but we tried everything … now we're looking to the next game."