Manchester United open their account this season on a flying note against West Ham United a fortnight ago, they replicated same feat against Swansea City last weekend and they are poised to remain on top of the League table when they take on Leicester City at Old Trafford this weekend.
Jose Mourinho has won the league in the second season for all the Club’s he’s managed and barring their awe-inspiring start, United have been tipped to clinch the title. United have met with Leicester City in 22 Premier league games, and have lost in two of those games and one of the defeats came at Old Trafford in the January of 1998.
Since Craig Shakespeare took over the reigns of the Foxes, the games involving the King Power Stadium have seen more goals. While United are yet to concede any goal this term, they have scored more goals in two games, and you can expect so much from this game.
Manchester United injury and team news
Jose Mourinho delivered a positive injury update ahead of the game – he revealed that Luke Shaw and Ashley Young have returned to the fold but the latter will start playing in matches before Shaw. The aforementioned due have been out of action since April.i
Meanwhile, Marcos Rojo has been running but Mourinho revealed that the player is not close to returning to action.
There is competition currently a competition for place between Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial but we think the French star will be handed a start this weekend.