Manchester United are now confident they are facing the foxes today without the services of some of their first choice players. Including Harry Maguire who is down with a culf problem. As well as his center back partner Varane nursing a groin injury.
Next obstacle for the Norwegian tactician is how to layout his team without Fred and Cavani. Who have as well been on duty for Brazil on Thursday. Which is early Friday morning hours in UK time. And makes it difficult for them to travel in time for Leicester City.
And that leaves the manager with no option than to plan without these players. But that's an opportunity for some fridge players to grab the chance. And to try cement there positions ahead of hectic and tough fixtures for the red devil's.
With David de Gea unused substitute for Spain he will keep his place. While a back four for both Luke Shaw, Wan Bissaka, Bailly and Victor will be put into serious test by both Kelechi and Vardy.
Unfortunately there will be no room again for the Dutchman Van de Beek. Despite Fred's absence as these will see Matic and Scott share up the midfield holding and defensive duties. While Pogba takes a wide role in the left wing and so is Sancho on the right.
With Bruno taking the responsibilities of position ten. The Portuguese will see there partnership expected to oversee more goals scored for the visitors. When Cristiano Ronaldo shifts in as solo striker.
Both Martial, Greenwood, Dean, Mata, Telles and Van de Beek as well Rashford will start from the bench. With the intensity and difficult match expected at the King Power Stadium. Definitely Ole will need to bring in Rashford, Greenwood and Martial.
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