Manchester United will be back in action after the international break on 16th October with a visit away to the King Power Stadium in a clash against Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City.
The Red Devils are likely to miss the services of their star duo in Edison Cavani and Fred in their encounter against the Foxes as both the South American players joined up with their respective national countries for their World Cup qualifiers.
With a World Cup qualifier match between Uruguay and Brazil scheduled on 15th October, Cavani and Fred are most likely to feature and face off against each other in a game that will be less than two days before their premier league trip to Leicester City on 16th October.
The bad news is that, even if neither player participates in that World Cup qualifier, it is unlikely that either Edison Cavani or Fred could return in time to join up with the match day squad for that clash.
Do you think Ole Gunnar's side will survive the wrath of Leicester without the services of Cavani and Fred?
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