United Hosts The Foxes Without Key Players in EPL

Manchester United hosts The Foxes in their 5th game in the EPL. United players were very impressive for their respective countries in their international break (qualifiers and friendlies). United hosts an unbeaten Leicester City in Old Trafford as the Premier League resumes.

The Foxes, who seat in the third position in the league table, have not been bad in their games this season. They have won two of their last four games and drawing two. Brendan Rodger’s side has really done well securing 8 points from expected 12 points. 


For Manchester United is going to simply grab the chance as it comes to get back to winning ways. Ole Salzjaek has some injuries crisis in his camp. Five of his starters are sidelined with an injury. The manager is looking at turning his earlier mistakes into good luck, a win against Leicester will shapen the team and give a prolific September.

Injury Crisis in United Camp

There are concerns about the fitness of Luke Shaw, Anthony Martial, and Jesse Lingard, also  Right-back Wan-I. United must put in all their best as they did in the Champions League last season against PSG to up their stands in the League table. Perhaps Nemanja Metic and Fred could return to the starting IX to add numbers in the midfield in the absence of Paul Pogba. Maguire will be facing his former side for the first time since he left the King Power Stadium while Johnny Evans meets his former side. Martial’s return would be very crucial to burst the attack of the United team.

Manchester United Predicted Line-up

De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Young, McTominay, Metic, Rashford, Pereira, Greenwood, James, Gomes, and Martial.

The news has it that Anthony Martial will resume playing against the king power side. But Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka all pulled away from international duties due to injury. 

Leicester City Predicted Line-up

Schmeichel, Pereira, Evans, Soyuncu, Chilwell, Ndidi, Perez, Choudhary, Tielemans, Maddison, Vardy

WITH THE UNITED TEAM HUNGRY FOR The SECOND WIN IN EPL, DO YOU THINK THEY CAN BEAT THE UNBEATEN LEICESTER CITY? And for predictions, both teams seem very good and Leicester City has not beaten United in a long time now. But I will give United the win 2-1.

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