Manchester United will take on Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, kickoff at 17.00 EAT. Both teams are winless in their last two games, so both Brendan Rodgers and Ole Gunnar will be looking for all three points.
A win against Leicester will be a significant boost to Ole Gunnar's credentials, as many are skeptical of his abilities. However, given his recent injury setback, how would he tactically position his team to outwit Brendan Rodgers' unpredictable Leicester?
In terms of formation, Ole Gunnar will almost certainly use a 4-2-3-1 formation, which is known for its defensive solidity. De Gea, Luke Shaw, Arron Wan Bisaka, McTominay, Bruno Fernandes, Ronaldo, and Greenwood are likely starters for him. In terms of the other positions, Matic may replace Fred in midfield, who may miss due to lack of match fitness following international duty, while Sancho may play as the left winger, but Pogba may be benched to be introduced as a substitute. In terms of positioning, this could be how Ole organizes his team.
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