Manchester United have being in breath taking form this season, thumping West Ham United and Swansea City 4-0 in their first and second league games respectively and they will looking to replicate same form when they lock horns with dethroned league Champions Leicester City.
The Red Devils currently occupy the zenith of the Premier League log after two games and they have been tipped as favourites to win the league already. It is quite early to make any conclusions as to the league title, but United have shown flashes of brilliance and they look ready for the battle ahead.
The players have been put through paces at the famous Carringhton training ground and the Red Devils have been boosted by the return of injured duo Luke Shaw and Ashley Young.
The aforementioned duo have been out of action since April this the year after sustain injuries but they made a timely come-back for United on Monday night, as they starred against Swansea for United U-23 side.
Meanwhile, they were joined by Argentina international Marcos Rojo, who has also been out of action for a while. Rojo was a makeshift centre-back for Man United last term, where he impressed until he was banjaxed in April.
Mourinho had ruled out Rojo last month when he said the player “has no chance before December” but he has returned to training.