Leicester City vs Manchester United – Following their 2-1 Premier League defeat to Chelsea in their previous match, Leicester City will be hoping for a better outcome this time around. In that contest, Leicester City controlled 54% of the ball and attempted 17 goals, scoring five of them.
Harvey Barnes (66′) was the only player for Leicester City to register a goal. Three of Chelsea’s seven goal attempts were successful. Raheem Sterling put Chelsea ahead (47 and 63 seconds).
Recent Leicester City games have proven to be exciting ones with plenty of goalmouth action anticipated. At an average of 3.5 goals per game during their last 6 meetings, both clubs have scored a total of 21 goals, with Leicester City accounting for 10 of those.
In light of the pregame information, Leicester City have won their last 4 games against Manchester United without losing a league match have gone two league games without a victory at home.
Manchester United will enter the match fresh off a 1-0 Premier League victory against Southampton in their previous match. In that game, Manchester United enjoyed 52% of the possession and 6 of their 11 goal attempts were successful.
Bruno Fernandes (55′) was the lone contributor for Manchester United. Five of Southampton’s 17 shots on goal were on target. Manchester United’s struggles to score goals in their previous six games, which contributed to their dismal return of only 4, have become clear.
The Red Devils have also seen their opponents score a total of 12 goals against them in seven games. But there’s no guarantee that tendency will continue in this game. In their previous two league games against Leicester City, Manchester United had failed to prevail over them when playing them away from home.
Leicester City vs Manchester United – Betting Analysis
Out of an almost totally healthy roster, there is just one player’s fitness that Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers needs to be concerned about. Ricardo Pereira will not participate due to an Achilles tendon tear.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is currently concerned about some player fitness. There won’t be any appearances from Victor Lindelöf (Unknown Injury) or Facundo Pellistri (Ankle Injury).
Although one goal might not be enough to prevent a loss, we believe Leicester City should have enough opportunities to defeat this Manchester United outfit.
Our prediction is for a close encounter with a Manchester United victory margin of 1-2 after the whole 90 minutes. I’m interested to see how this one turns out.