MU vs LC England Premier League: Manchester United play against Leicester City at Old Trafford. Man Utd fans are waiting to watching the game win.
England: Premier League
COMPETITION: Manchester United vs Leicester City
Kick-off Time : Saturday 5.30pm
Venue: Old Trafford
Last season Manchester United 4 Leicester City 1
Live TV: BTS1
Referee: Michael Olivern.
Manchester United Match Detials:
Subs from J Pereira, Romero, A Pereira, Tuanzebe, Lindelof, Smalling, Shaw, Young, Martial, Lingard, McTominay,
Carrick, Fellaini, Mitchell, Darmian, Herrera
Doubtful Shaw, Young (both match fitness)
Injured Rojo (knee, Dec), Ibrahimovic (knee, unknown)
Discipline Y3 R0
Leading scorer Lukaku 3
Leicester City Match Details
Subs from Hamer, Jakupovic, Iheanacho, Gray, Slimani, Chilwell, King, Musa, Amartey, Drinkwater, Ulloa, Mendy,
Doubtful Maguire (knee)
Injured Huth (match fitness, 9 Sep), Iborra (groin, 9 Sep)
Discipline Y2 R0
Leading scorers Okazaki, Vardy 2
Head to Head
Manchester United have lost two league games against the list.
Fox’s only Premier League win at Old Trafford in February 1998 in Tony Katie scored one goal each other.
Red Devil is a 37-game player in all types of competitions (W19, D11), 2010 and 2011, since their longest stay
has been unbeatable in their last 30 home games.
Manchester United could win three consecutive league games for the first time since October 1907 (when they
recorded 4-0, 6-1 and 5-1 victories) for a margin of at least four goals.
They have won their first three league matches in five Premier League – but in the 2006-07 season, they only
advanced once to win the title.
After six runs across the country from February to March 2013, United could hold the first ever clean shots in
the five Premier League league matches.
Rommel Luqu can be the first player to play Manchester United for his first three Premier League matches.
He lost only one Premier League title last season, but scored just four goals in just two matches in the current
Makhtaran can be the first player in the history of Premier League
Leicester has made all the goals but is one of those 15 Premier League players who have played in the eight
matches under Craig Shakespeare, with Jamie Vardy.
53 total (29 runs 24 accepted) – As Shakespeare took charge of his first Premier League game in February, the
match has produced more goals than any other top flight side involving Leicester City.
In his career, for the first time in three Premier League games, Shinji Okakaki scored his last two goals in the
first five minutes of the game.