A top-of-the-table clash that’s a must-win for both teams. Manchester United sit comfortably in second place, while Leicester must win if they’re to cement their top-four spot and ensure UCL football for next season.
Manchester United have just started their busy fun in which they’re expected to play a game every few days. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken that he might rotate his squad, considering they are to play Liverpool in just two days' time. With a congested schedule ahead of them, expect United to sit back and soak in pressure before launching a devastating counter-attack, as they’ve done many times this season. Together with Chelsea, they’re the most in-form team in the league, but things don’t look so rosy for the Red Devils.
The Foxes on the other hand are fighting tooth-and-nail to ensure UCL football for next season, and a win here would most likely end their pursuit. Leicester currently sit in 4th, after putting in some not-so-good performances, but Brendan Rodgers’ troops are more than capable of making a ruckus in the closing weeks of the season. An upturn in form here would give them the impetus they need for their next game - the FA Cup Final against Chelsea. Will we see a weakened side or will both teams go all-out for a win here?
No suspended players in either team, but some injuries. James, Jones, and Martial are out for United, whie captain Maguire is a doubt, having limped off in their previous game. Leicester will be without Barnes, Justin, Morgan, while Evans is a doubt.