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Leicester vs Manchester United Live Stream Free #LEIMUN – Key midfielder Wilfred Ndidi will miss the remainder of the month with a thigh injury suffered before the break. Hamza Choudhury will hope to keep his place in the side.
Jonny Evans wasn’t able to play for Northern Ireland during the break and Brendan Rodgers will be desperate to have him available here. Jannik Vestergaard also faces a late fitness test.
James Justin isn’t far off a return but Wesley Fofana remains sidelined for the Foxes. Ricardo Pereira and Timothy Castagne in competition to start at right-back.
James Maddison has dropped out of favour in recent weeks and may have to settle for a place on the bench against Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford should make the matchday squad for the first time this season on Saturday. Amad Diallo isn’t far behind in his recovery.
Raphael Varane may not play again this month after a groin issue sustained for France earlier this week.
With Harry Maguire set to miss out once again, Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof are poised to start together for the first time since February.
Fred and Edinson Cavani most likely won’t be available due to their late return from international duty.
Leicester vs Manchester United Live Stream Free #LEIMUN – Leicester have made a curiously poor start to the season with only two wins from their first seven matches. They are struggling to create chances and are giving up a lot to their opponents.
Manchester United are also going through a tough spell and this is the start of a very difficult run of games for underfire manger Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. United have won just two of their last six and have only really played well in patches all season.
Jamie Vardy has at least started the season well for Leicester with six goals in seven league games and he will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof. He should be confident of ending his five-game league run without a goal against the Red Devils.
Solskjaer will also be without trusted midfielder Fred, not that United fans will mind, so it’s easy to see Leicester cutting through United at will on Saturday, especially on the counter attack. Their remarkable 29-game unbeaten streak away from home in the Premier League will be seriously under threat here.