Leicester City are heading into this match after a hard-fought draw against Crystal Palace in the Premier League the weekend before the break. This was their second draw in three games, and they now sit in 13th place with eight points from seven games. In the league, they have two wins, two draws, and three losses so far. They have a decent home record, winning one match, drawing one, and losing one. They have nine goals scored and 12 goals conceded in the league. Jamie Vardy, who has scored six goals so far for them, is the team’s top scorer. Wilfred Ndidi, their star midfielder, is sidelined with a hamstring injury. Also, questionable players for the United clash are James Justin, Nampalys Mendy, and Jonny Evans.
Manchester United has only won two of their past five games, both against West Ham United and Villarreal. Despite this, they are in a solid position in the Premier League, where they are now third with 14 points after seven games. Brighton, Everton, and Manchester City are all on the same level as them. They’ve won four games, drawn two, and only lost one. They’ve scored a total of 14 goals while allowing only six. Bruno Fernandes, who has four goals for United, is the team’s top scorer. Manchester United have the sixth-best away record as they have won two matches and drawn one match. Marcus Rashford still hasn’t recovered from his shoulder injury and will miss the next match. Apart from him, Amad Diallo and Harry Maguire are also out due to injuries.