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Manchester United will be looking to bounce back this weekend against Leicester City, following two Premier League games without a win.
United are looking for their first win since beating West Ham in mid-September, following their defeat against Aston Villa and only managing a draw against Everton before the international break.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be without defender Raphael Varane against the Foxes, with the Frenchman suffering an injury on international duty, whilst Harry Magure also remains an injury doubt.
Leicester are missing a few players at the back while United are enjoying a club record 29-match unbeaten streak in the league on their travels
Manchester United have won seven out of their last ten games against Leicester City.
May 11, 2021 – Leicester City 2 vs. Manchester United 1
Dec 26, 2020 – Manchester United 2 vs. Leicester City 2
Jul 26, 2020 – Manchester United 2 vs. Leicester City 0
Sep 14, 2019 – Manchester United 1 vs. Leicester City 0
Feb 03, 2019 – Manchester United 1 vs. Leicester City 0
Aug 10, 2018 – Manchester United 2 vs. Leicester City 1
Dec 23, 2017 – Manchester United 2 vs. Leicester City 2
Aug 26, 2017 – Manchester United 2 vs. Leicester City 0
Feb 05, 2017 – Manchester United 3 vs. Leicester City 0
Sep 24, 2016 – Manchester United 4 vs. Leicester City 1
Leicester will be looking to engage damage control to their Premier League season when they welcome Manchester United to the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Brendan Rodgers’ side has made a disappointing start to the campaign, claiming just eight points from their seven opening matches and failing to win any of their last four.
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Marcus Rashford will return to the Reds squad following injury but Fred and Edinson Cavani are both likely to miss out due to their late return from international duty for Brazil and Uruguay respectively.
What to Know
Manchester United’s and Leicester City’s time off is coming to an end as we head into Matchweek 8. They are meeting up for their first match of the season at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday at King Power Stadium. Man United has a defense that allows only 0.86 goals per game, so the Foxes’ offense will have their work cut out for them.
Two weeks ago, Man United and Everton ended up with a point apiece after a 1-1 draw.
Meanwhile, Leicester and Crystal Palace tied 2-2, good for one point each.
The ties rounded out Man United’s record to 4-1-2 and Leicester’s to 2-3-2. Three points is up for grabs, so we’ll see if either team can snatch them up this time.
How To Watch
Who: Leicester City vs. Manchester United
When: Saturday at 10 a.m. ET
Where: King Power Stadium
TV: NBC Universo
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Caesar’s Sportsbook odds: Leicester +245, Draw +255, Manchester United +110