Manchester United hold the record of the longest unbetean run away from home in the Premeir League (28 matches in a row), after they managed to surpass Arsenal's record of 27 matches.
However the PL being the most competitive league in the world, the Red Devil's are most likely set to see their impeccable away record come to an end in the PL in the coming weeks, mainly due to their current patchy form, where they have lost 3 of their last 5 assignments across all competitions(W2), failing to keep a single cleansheet in the same run.
The Ole Gunnar Solkjaer led side will resume their PL campaign on Saturday when they welcome high flyers Everton at Old Trafford before they face off against Leicester at the King power stadium on 16th October after the international break. The Foxes are always a difficult side to beat & will likely end United's unbeaten away record.
Brendan Rodger's Leicester, held United to a 2-2 draw at the King Power stadium, before humiliating them 2-1 at old Trafford in the Premeir league & they also butchered them 3-1 in the FA cup quarter final stage last season, clearly showcasing their capabilities to cause United another major upset when the sides meet in two weeks time.
The Foxes also boosts an exceptional gaffer in Brendan Rodger's who has vast experience & is a tactical genius, having led Leicester to the FA Cup crown last season. Hence considering United's are winless in their last 3 successive head to head duels against Leicester, clearly indicates, inform Jamie Vardy & co can defile all the odds to humiliate United at the King power stadium.
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