Leicester City Vs Manchester United, Premier League rivals set to face each other in the last game-week of the Premier League.
Manchester United and Leicester City are set to play a match which is practically is a Champions League qualifier match, as both teams need to avoid defeat to qualify (Leicester City specifically need a win).
Brendan Rodgers’ side has performed poorly since the restart of the Premier League after the lockdown was lifted, in this period, they have only managed to pick 9 points out of 8 Premier League games.
On the other hand, Manchester United has undoubtedly overperformed since the restart of the league, though there were initial roadblocks for the Red Devils, they were finally able to pick results.
But Sunday’s clash between the two Premier League sides is the decider for the league’s top-4 (also influenced by Chelsea’s match against Wolves).
Manchester United has a slight disadvantage as they are playing at Leicester City’s home, but they are on a good run of form and have picked points in the crucial games except against Southampton, where they could have secured their top-4 position but bottled it.
Rodgers will be without his crucial players against Manchester United, as Ben Chilwell, James Maddison and Ricardo Pereira are out with injuries while Caglar Soyuncu is suspended from the game.
On the other hand, Ole Solskjaer doesn’t have big missing except for Luke Shaw, who has been covered by Brandon Williams for the final day.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 25, 2020
Leicester City Vs Manchester United Head To Head Stats And Records
Total no. of matches played: 129
Matches won by Leicester City: 33
Matches won by Manchester United: 67
Games Drawn: 29
Highest goal aggregate in a single match: 9 goals, 8 November 1930, Leicester City 5-4 Manchester United
Leicester City’s biggest victory: Leicester City 6-0 Manchester United, 21 January 1961
Manchester United’s biggest victory: Manchester United 5-0 Leicester City, 13 September 1980
Last time they met: Manchester United 1-0 Leicester City, 14 September 2019