Manchester United Starting XI Prediction at Leicester City


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Manchester United didn’t quite meet the challenge put forth by interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer- winning ten in a row right off the bat, but they came awfully close. After winning their first eight with the Norwegian in charge, United were just three minutes from defeat Tuesday night at home versus Burnley, but they battled back and rescued a point in “Fergie Time.”

The ending was very encouraging in regards to what may lay ahead for this club. Now United will look to get a new winning streak started, but going to Leicester City will be a formidable task, as the mid table Foxes have fought fiercely against the big six this season.


United lie just two points off the pace for the top four, but still sit sixth place in the table.

The Bank   MUFC Starting XI Prediction at Leicester City (4-3-3)

Attack:  Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku

Midfielders:    Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera

Defenders:   Luke Shaw, Victor Lindelof, Chris Smalling, Ashley Young

Goalkeeper: David de Gea


Manchester United at Leicester City FC FYIs

Kickoff: Sunday, February 3, 2pm, King Power Stadium

Google Result Probability: United win 46%, Draw 28%, Leicester City win 26%

Form Guide: Leicester City WLLLD, Manchester United WWWWD

Odds: Manchester United 19/20, Draw 13/5, Leicester 13/5

Injury Report for both sides: go to this link

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Prediction: Manchester United 2, Leicester City 1

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports, which is partnered with News Now. Banks, a former writer for NBC and Chicago, regularly appears as a guest pundit on WGN CLTV and co-hosts the “Let’s Get Weird, Sports” podcast on SB Nation

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  1. manchester united need to play 4.4.2 when playing the big teams if they wanna to win, i wish the coach could do so has its a traditions in england football.

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