Leicester City vs Chelsea: Mike Dean will referee Leicester City versus Chelsea at King Power Stadium on Sunday 28 June.

The Football Association has announced the FA Cup quarter-finals officials who will see Dean take care of the cup tie. Mike Dean will be the referee for the last-eight clash – which is live on BT Sports.

Referee: Michael Dean

Assistants: Richard West, Harry Lennard

Fourth official: Darren England

Reserve Assistant: Mark Jones

VAR: Martin Atkinson

Assistant VAR: Darren Cann


Leicester are winless in all eight previous FA Cup matches against Chelsea [D2 L6], going out in their past two ties against the Blues in the quarter-final stage in 2011-12 and 2017-18.

 Only Hull City [11 games] and Burnley [nine] have faced Chelsea more often in the FA Cup without losing than their eight unbeaten games against Leicester.

Leicester and Stoke City vs Liverpool [eliminated in all 10 ties] have been eliminated from all 10 domestic cup ties against Chelsea [four League Cup, six FA Cup], the joint worst record by a team against an opponent in FA Cup/League Cup ties.

In all the [W13 D5 L2] competitions, Chelsea lost just two of their past 20 games against Leicester, while they are winless in four against the Foxes [D3 L1].

For the very first time since the 1981-82 campaign, Leicester is aiming to reach the semi-final of the FA Cup-they have since been defeated in four quarter-finals of the FA Cup, with the latest two against Chelsea.

This is more than any other side, more than Chelsea’s 18th FA Cup quarter-final in the Premier League period [since 1992-93]. We have benefited from six of their last seven, losing the other at Everton in 2015-16.

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