Competition: Premier League – Manchester United vs. Leicester City
Venue: Old Trafford – Sunday, May 1st – 14:05 GMT (09:05 ET)
Match Odds: Man United 1/1 – Draw 23/10 – Leicester 29/10
United’s last Premier League game was their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace. There is still a chance for them to finish in the top four, they sit five points behind but they do have a game in hand. The Red Devils are reliant on other results going their way.
Louis Van Gaal’s side will be full of confidence having dramatically reached the FA Cup Final last weekend, giving them a great chance of silverware this season.
Manchester United have won their last six home matches against Leicester so the away side will have to break that trend if they are to be crowned champions this weekend.
Leicester City extended their unbeaten run to seven games last weekend with their 4-0 demolition over Swansea.
Ranieri’s side are within touching distance of the Premier League title, but only all three points will secure the silverware this weekend.
Leicester have won six of their last seven league games and kept six clean sheets along the way. We can expect them to be as difficult as ever to break down here.
A win here would cap off what has been an amazing season for Leicester, they have been in good form away, winning three on the bounce.
Manchester United could be without up to five through injury as Bastian Schweinsteiger, Adnan Januzaj, Luke Shaw and Will Keane are all ruled out, while Phil Jones is a doubt.
Leicester City are still expected to be without Matthew James through injury, while Jamie Vardy is serving the additional game of his suspension.
Manchester United’s last five Premier League games: W/W/L/W/W
Leicester City’s last five Premier League games: W/W/W/D/W
Key Stat: Manchester United have won their last six home matches in the Premier League.
Key Player: Kasper Schmeichel – The Danish ‘keeper could follow in his fathers footsteps and win the Premier League title at Old Trafford. We can expect both ‘keepers to be busy but Schmeichel’s performances have been an integral part of Leicester’s chase for the title. He has kept seven clean sheets in his last ten league games.
Manchester United 0-0 Leicester City – The champagne will have to stay on ice for at least another week for Leicester City. This will be a very tight tie with neither side looking weak at the back. Manchester United will have to do something not many sides have successfully achieved over the course of the season and break Leicester down. With both goalkeepers in fantastic form they will be the stars of the show here.