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Struggling Leicester City, Man United to face off at King Power

After a two-week break, the English Premier League will resume on Saturday afternoon and will run up to Sunday evening.

The biggest clash of the weekend will see Leicester City play host to Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening. You can catch this and other EPL matches live on ShowmaxPro, register, subscribe, and enjoy an action-packed weekend.

Leicester are winless in the last four games, they have registered two draws and two defeats. Man United on the other hand are winless in the last two. They suffered a shocking defeat to Aston Villa before settling for a draw against Everton; both games were played at Old Trafford.

Last season, United did not manage a league win against the Foxes. The two teams played to a two-all draw at the King Power before Leicester picked a win at Old Trafford and expectedly, the Sunday match at the King Power will be a closely fought one.FA Cup 2020-21, Leicester vs Manchester United and quarter-final fixtures:  Get schedule and know where to watch telecast and live streaming in India

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Man United have a couple of injury worries, captain Harry Maguire and his defense partner, Raphael Varane are both out injured and they could turn to Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof, this could be their weakness against the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Jamie Vardy.

City on the other hand will miss their defensive pair of Jonny Evans and Wesley Fofana who are both injured. Fofana is a long-term absentee after picking a bad injury during pre-season.

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