Police advice to Leicester City fans for tonight's game
Leicestershire Police have advised supporters to take care on the roads if they are travelling to the King Power Stadium this evening.
Leicester City are due to host Middlesbrough in the Championship tonight despite fears the game will not go ahead because of safety concerns caused by the heavy snowfall around Leicestershire.
Police advised supporters to drive carefully if they are travelling to the stadium.
"Please stay safe on the roads and drive to the conditions use headlights and keep distance," they said.
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An hour earlier they tweeted: " Fans attending the match tonight prepare for bad weather. Plan journey park legally."
Leicester City are also adamant the game will be played, thanks to the undersoil heating keeping the pitch clear while gritters ensure the safety of the area around the King Power Stadium.