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An exciting game is heading your way on Sunday from the Premier League, as Leicester City and Manchester United will face off in the King Power Stadium.


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The Foxes have slipped down to the 16th place in the table, and are just two points shy of the relegation zone. They haven't scored in their last four matches, while losing three of them consecutively. Things have never been more dire for the defending champions and this time around, it's the question of their prospects for next season.


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Meanwhile, Manchester United have been playing superbly. They have gone unbeaten in their last 13 matches, but their 9 draws this season have kept them only at the sixth place. In fact, they have drawn their last three matches against Liverpool, Stoke and Hull City. A lot of work still needs to be done in the team, needless to say.


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When the two teams met in the first leg of this fixture, Manchester United won 4-1. This time around, they are in need of a similar result and start gathering points to move up further in the table. With both the teams desperately in need of a win, this is a match that can go either way. The visitors will start as the favourites.


The current top two teams in the league, Leicester City and Manchester United will go head to head at the King Power Stadium. The game is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 28 at 17:30 hours BST.


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Many football fans from round the world will be glued to their television sets for this match given that these are two of the top teams in the season. Leicester have been playing top quality football with most of their players playing out of their skins. Jamie Vardy is on the brink of becoming the only player to score in 11 consecutive league matches breaking long standing record of Ruud van Nistelrooy. Leicester will surely benefit from the fact that Manchester United will play in midweek and hence will have to choose a team accordingly. The home conditions also are in their favour and a win will give them a chance to firmly staying at the top of the league.

Manchester United have been able to cross the line but haven't been playing the brand of football that they have over the recent past. Memphis Depay has been under pressure as he hasn't been performing well. In addition to that, many of the first team players are out injured.


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This game will surely be an interesting fixture and a draw seems to be a likely result.


Leicester City will host Manchester United on Sunday 21, September, 13:30 hours BST at the King Power Stadium.

Is Manchester United is back? Well, it may be too early to answer that, but United did beat Queens Park Rangers 4-0 last weekend.


The wait for Louis Van Gaal’s first win is over and now he and his men will look to build. Manchester United looks very strong after signing a few more players including Radamel Falcao and Daley Blind. Both of whom got a run last weekend against QPR.

Leicester City also managed to win their last game when they beat Stoke City. When the teams are compared on paper, Leicester City is no match for United and will have to play out of their skins to walk out with any sort of positive result.


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Leicester will really need to defend well against the likes of Angel Di Maria and Juan Mata who look very threatening while running at defenders. Manchester United however, should not get complacent. Leicester’s hopes will rest on the shoulders of Leonardo Ulloa.

This game should be an easy win for United, and this could very well be the stepping stone for them to improve their form and stand to be counted as a threat to the top four.


Tags: Premier League, Leicester City, King Power Stadium, Manchester United, Jamie Vardy, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Louis Van Gaal, Radamel Falcao, Angel Di Maria


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