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As things stand, we know both teams will enter the tie on a high.
And surely the Red Devils took seven points in the previous three league games
And now, therefore they are now only five points shy
That is over joint-leaders Manchester City and Arsenal at the top of the standings.
We know Man utd will look to continue their smooth run in the English Premier League
Note that Manchester United host Leicester in one of the most exciting games of Matchday No 24 in English Premier League on Sunday afternoon at Old Trafford.
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A win here could push Erik ten Hag’s troops into the title quest and there are no doubts the hosts will be super-motivated to avoid dropping the ball on Sunday.
Manchester United face a quick turnaround as they entertain Leicester City in the first of two Premier League games on Sunday, having played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Barcelona at Camp Nou on Thursday.
The current Man United boss Erik ten Hag could be tempted to rotate for this clash with Leicester ahead of next week’s second leg with the Catalan giants, surely while Casemiro will definitely drop out of the team as he completes a domestic suspension.
Fact is that a United win would be the clear selection for this game if they didn’t have the Europa League tie with Barca to contend with despite Leicester’s good form.
And the Leicester side have pulled clear of the drop zone with seven points from the last nine available and they have been in good scoring form, so instead the goals markets look a good starting point for this Premier League clash on Sunday.
Both sides are in impressive scoring form
Away side started February with a 4-2 win at Aston Villa and backed that up by beating Tottenham 4-1 at the King Power Stadium last week.
The problem for ten Hag is Casemiro’s absence as this will be his final game of suspension following the red card from the clash against Crystal Palace earlier this month.
However, the United’s back line conceded plenty of chances to Leeds United in the recent double-header against the Peacocks. They shipped two goals in two outings but were lucky not to allow at least a couple more.