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Man U To Be Heavily Humiliated By Leicester At King Power Stadium Today ~ Opinion

English Premier League campaign continues this weekend after the international break. Many matches will be played today.

Manchester United headed by Ole Gunnar Soljkjaer will be travelling to King Power Stadium to play Brendan Rodger's Leicester City. Will the Red Devils get a good result from this match? Remember Manchester has 14 points after playing seven matches and it is in position four while Leicester is in position 13 with just 8 points.

It is a must-win game for Brendan Rodger. Here Ole Gunnar Soljkjaer's team will need to prepare thoroughly if they want a win. Raphael Varane who has been instrumental in Manchester's defence is ruled out due to a groin injury he sustained When France played against Spain in Nations League Final.

Harry Maguire also was injured a few weeks ago in United's defeat against Aston Villa but in a pre-match press conference, Soljkjaer indicated that the skipper might be involved in today's match after returning to full training on Friday.

Another blow to United is that Fred and Edison Cavani won't play against the foxes because both played for Brazil on Friday morning.

Victor Lindelof, Jardon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Matic, Diego Dalot, Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, David De Gea, Luke Shaw, Alex Telles and Mason Greenwood are likely to start the match.

In my view, the Red Devils might lose this match. The sensational Leicester goalscorer Jamie Vardy has been resting since the international break started. He is a player who has pace and great dribbling skills. Remember he has been scoring goals against United on many occasions. Yes, today he can.My dear football fans what are your thoughts on this matter? Feel free to leave a remark on the commenting section.

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