LEICESTER and Manchester United return to Premier League action today with a clash at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes are on a barren run of four top-flight games without a win, leaving them in the bottom half of the table.
Man Utd meanwhile are winless in two but are within striking distance of Chelsea in top-spot.
And Cristiano Ronaldo showed during the international break that he still has his scoring touch.
When is Leicester vs Man Utd?
- This Premier League clash is set for Saturday, October 16 – TODAY.
- Kick-off is at the traditional time of 3pm in the UK.
- When the sides met here last season, Kelechi Iheanacho scored twice as the Foxes won 3-1.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
Sadly this game is not being shown live on TV here in the UK.
But you can follow all the action live on our SunSport live blog.
Coverage will start right here at 1pm on Saturday, with minute-by-minute commentary from 3pm.
What is the team news?
Leicester’s Jonny Evans could return from a foot injury to face his former club.
Jannik Vestergaard is being assessed after suffering a minor injury on international duty with Denmark, while Kelechi Iheanacho is said to be fully fit despite an injury scare with Nigeria.
Marcus Rashford has returned to training after a shoulder injury and could make his first appearance this season.
Harry Maguire is back in training following injury but is unlikely to be risked while Raphael Varane is out for several weeks with a groin injury.
Stay up to date with all the latest from King Power Stadium in our live blog…
Welcome everyone, this sunny afternoon, to the King Power Stadium and Leicester’s clash with Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could do with a win today after a draw and a loss in Man Utd’s last two games at Old Trafford.
United were beaten by Aston Villa and then held to a 1-1 draw by Everton, leading to questions over Ole’s team selection and resting Ronaldo.
With Liverpool next on the agenda at Old Trafford in eight days time, a win here would be quite handy to say the least.
As for Leicester, they’re languishing in mid-table and will want to catapult themselves up towards the top half and European places.
It’s all set for a lively afternoon in the East Midlands.
Stay here for all the build-up to kick-off at 3pm – team news on the way at 2pm.
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