Shock at the top at King Power Stadium!
Leicester City vs Manchester United predictions
For this shock at the top of the Premier League, online sports betting sites are quite undecided, with odds of 2.80 for a victory for Leicester City against odds of 2.10 for a success for Manchester United.
As these two teams are successful at the moment, it would be more prudent to bet on a score of parity at half-time, either an odds of 2.05 for the 0-0 or an odds of 5.20 for the 1 goal everywhere.
In view of the potential of the two teams in the offensive sector, online punters will not take any risk in betting on a meeting with more than 3.5 goals, or an odds of 2.10 for this football bet.
It is difficult to bet on the final result, but in this context, it would be interesting to turn to several scorers, such as Jamie Vardy for Leicester (11 goals) and Bruno Fernandes for Manchester United (9 goals).
To make money with online sports betting, it would also be wise to turn to an element who scored few goals at the start of the season and who is going through a difficult period, Paul Pogba.
Leicester City VS Manchester United Sports Betting Tips
– 2nd in the Premier League
– 9 wins, 0 draws and 5 losses
– 26 goals scored
– 17 goals conceded
– 11 goals scored by Jamie Vardy
– 3 goals scored by Yoeri Tielemans
– 3 goals scored by James Madison
– 3 goals scored by Harvey Barnes
– 1 goal scored by Dennis Praet
– 1 goal scored by Timoty Castagne
Manchester United :
– 3rd in the Premier League
– 8 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses
– 28 goals scored
– 21 goals conceded
– 9 goals scored by Bruno Fernandes
– 5 goals scored by Marcus Rashford
– 3 goals scored by Edinson Cavani
– 2 goals scored by Scott McTominay
– 1 goal scored by Paul Pogba
– 1 goal scored by Anthony Martial
Leicester City: K. Schmeichel, J. Justin, W. Fofana, J. Evans, T. Castagne, Y. Tielemans, W. Ndidi, M. Albrighton, J. Maddison, H. Barnes, J. Vardy.
Alternates: D. Amartey, D. Praet, K. Iheanacho, L. Thomas, C. Under, D. Ward, C. Fuchs, Ayoze Perez, N. Mendy.
Manchester United: David De Gea, Alex Telles, H. Maguire, V. Lindelof, A. Wan Bissaka, P. Pogba, Fred, M. Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, D. James, A. Martial.
Alternates: L. Shaw, E. Cavani, D. Van de Beek, E. Bailly, D. Henderson, N. Matic, S. McTominay, Juan Mata, M. Greenwood.
Face to face
Manchester United had twice beaten Leicester City last season, 1-0 at Old Trafford and 2-0 at King Power Stadium. The Reds Devils have won the last 4 confrontations, but above all, Leicester City has not beaten Manchester United since September 21, 2014 (5-3).
At King Power Stadium, Manchester United remains on 3 wins and 2 draws …
Leicester City’s last matches
- Leicester City 3-0 Brighton and Hove
- Leicester City 0-2 Everton
- Tottenham 0-2 Leicester City
Manchester United’s last matches
- Sheffield United 2-3 Manchester United
- Manchester United 6-2 Leeds
- Everton 0-2 Manchester United (League Cup)
Latest from Leicester City
Leicester City is the surprise team at the start of the Championship in England. The “Boxing Day” will be a real revelation and besides, the “Foxes” already receive one of the contenders for the title, Manchester United.
Leicester City will take a test this Saturday and beware, the “Foxes” are confident and successful after their victory at Tottenham, 2-0, a formation which should also fight for the podium and the title.
Since the start of the season, Leicester City has already shown its full potential, but at home, Brendan Rodgers’ men have already lost 12 points and in particular in front of fairly average teams, such as West Ham (0-3), Aston Villa ( 0-1) and Fulham (1-2).
Leicester City is a team that likes to counter in order to put Jamie Vardy in the best possible position. The England international has still scored 11 goals this season.
At the King Power Stadium, Leicester City remains on a defeat in front of Everton (0-2), an equally surprising formation and currently in the “Big Four” of the Premier League.
Latest Manchester United News
While Leicester City have had a good first half of the season, Manchester United are back in the title race after a difficult period.
Since their elimination from the Champions League, the Mancunians have moved forward in the English Championship and suddenly, they have just achieved good performances, either a draw in front of Manchester City (0-0) or a large victory against at Leeds (6-2).
This week, Manchester United even landed their ticket to the next round of the League Cup following a success at Goodison Park ahead of Everton (2-0).
After this perilous trip to Leicester, Manchester United could consolidate their place on the podium with the receptions of Wolverhampton and Aston Villa.
In the English Championship, Manchester United have not lost since their home defeat to Arsenal (0-1), a series of 7 games without the slightest setback.
During this good period, Manchester United were taken out of the Champions League, but the Reds Devils shone in the Premier League with in particular a victory at Goodison Park in front of Everton (3-1), a success against Manchester City (0-0 ) or a success against Leeds (6-2).
Away, Manchester United is euphoric, 6 wins in 6 trips. The Mancuniens still won in Southampton, Everton, West Ham, Sheffield United …