Former Manchester United player is has predicted that Manchester United will beat Leicester in the Premier League today's match.
The Red Devils return from an eventful international break without their best options for defenders Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane with an interesting run of fixtures approaching before them.
Leicester anyway have been in disappointing form with only one win in their last seven games in all contests however Owen is supporting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side's to leave the King Power Stadium with three points despite their defensive deficiencies.
According to the one-time Ballon d'Or winner, Manchester United did not get maximum points from their las two Premier League fixtures and this puts pressure on Ole Gunnar to perform better.
Additionally, Ole Gunnar needs to find a way of making Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo work in sync so as to be at their best. According to him the, manager produces good results when he is under pressure.
Michael Owen fancies United to edge out The Foxes with a score of 1-2.
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