Match Preview: Leicester City Vs Manchester United r
It’s game week 5 in the English premier league and I’ll be giving a very exciting Match Preview as Leicester city take on Manchester United at the King Power Stadium On transfer Deadline day.
It’s quite an ironic twist isn’t it ? The the only PL action on deadline day is taking place at the home of the side yet to spend a penny in the transfer window (Leicester City).
The Foxes sit bottom of the English premier league Table with just a single point after four games and with Wesley Fofana leaving for Chelsea for £70m+ they have to make reinforcements before deadline time. A third consecutive Premier League defeat has caused a stir for Brendan Rodger as he’s might lose his job if there’s no improvements.
On the other hand The Red Devils have been busy in the market, spending about £150m on three players from the Netherland Eredivise, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez and Anthony who’s just signed for The Red Devils. After a Rocky start for Erik Ten Haag’s side, All hope was restored after a 2-1 victory over rivals Liverpool. Manchester United proceeded to break their seven-game away loosing streak when they won away at St Mary’s.
The Red Devils are looking to secure their third consecutive win as they face The Foxes which is a Feat they’ll have to work hard for as they’ve only won twice in their last six against The Foxes (2wins, 2Draws, 2 Losses).
Hot Stats: The Red Devils have only won 43% since the start of last campaign as away favorites (7wins,6losses, 3Draws).
Players To Watch
Leicester City: Harvey Barnes has made eight goal involvements in the last six games he started for Leicester (4 goals 4 assists) including his goal last time out against Chelsea.
Manchester United: Bruno Fernandes scored last time out and that’s going to have a boost on his confidence as he was about loosing it. He has four goal contribution in five Head-to-Head against Leicester.(2goals, 2 Assists).
- Both Teams to score and Over 2.5 goals
- Leicester 1:3 Manchester United
- Jaimie Vardy To score.
Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicestershire.
Time : 7:00 pm
Referee : Craig Pawson 🏴