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Kris Boyd has scored for Kilmarnock in their match against Hibernian.
Jordan Jones has scored for Kilmarnock in their match against Hibernian.
It's heartache for the GB Curlers, as Eve Muirhead has a chance to win a bronze medal with the final stone of the match, but she is unable to bag the two needed to win, and duly knocks the Japanese stone into the house, and GB lose 5-3.
We are back under way at the King Power.
Can Leicester get back into this one after Shaqiri's fine goal?
A fine goal from Xherdan Shaqiri in the closing stages of the first half, has handed Stoke City the lead.
25 yards out on his right foot, Shaqiri struck a delicious shot past Kasper Schmeichel to hand the Potters the advantage, and a fairly uneventful first 25 minutes ends with the visitors going in in front.
Xherdan Shaqiri has scored for Stoke City in their match against Leicester City.
Not much to talk about in the first 15 minutes at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester have had the lion's share of possession, and are looking to feed Riyad Mahrez the ball on every occasion, but neither side has manufactured a significant chance yet.
Ryan Porteous has scored for Hibernian in their match against Kilmarnock.
Florian Kamberi has scored for Hibernian in their match against Kilmarnock.
It looks a beautiful winter's day in Leicester, albeit rather cold, but we are ready for the action to start.
The two teams go through the customary pleasantries, but it's now all eyes on the football.
Michael Oliver is the man in the middle, and he blows the whistle, and we are under way.
Having watched Billy Morgan win a bronze earlier, the Great Britain Curling girls are bidding for their very own bronze medal, as they look to beat Japan.
And, it's a good start for the GB girls, as they lead 3-2 at the halfway stage.
A bumper day of sport will kick off at the King Power Stadium at 12:30pm with Leicester hosting Stoke in an intriguing contest, which will see Riyad Mahrez make his first start since his transfer fiasco a few months ago.
We are 15 minutes away from kick-off, as the Foxes look to down the Potters.
After France comfortably dispatched of Italy last night, we now turn our attentions to a double-header on Saturday afternoon, and the first match will see Ireland host Wales at 2:15pm, while the clash for the Calcutta Cup will take place at Murrayfield at 4:45pm, as Scotland take on England in another sensational clash.
We shall keep you abreast of all the developments here.