Manchester United has booked a place in the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace (21st May) and are looking to hit their second target and get in the top 4 teams. They sit 5 points behind Man City and 8 points from Arsenal, having one and two games in hand respectively.
The last 7 matches were NG (not both teams scored). United would not like Leicester to win the title in Old Trafford despite accepting that their opponents deserve it. This would be a fairy tale for Schmeichel, dad and son, so we are really looking forward for the outcome of Sunday’s clash.
Schweinsteiger and Shaw remain injured.
Leicester City is just a win away from the most miraculous title ever in the Premier League. They are 7 points ahead of 2nd placed Tottenham. They could win the trophy today since the Spurs play on Monday against Chelsea. However, if Ranieri’s players do not win in Old Trafford, they will have a chance to celebrate in front of their own fans on the next game against Everton.
Leicester have an 11-4-2 away record. But they failed to beat United away in 18 years. Ranieri has a balanced record (2-5-2) against the Red Devils.
Vardy is suspended.
Our bet: Leicester has scored in all their away games this season and despite United’s clean sheets, we expect both teams to score again today.
Both Teams To Score, G/G on Man Utd v Leicester (Evens, 2.00)