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Even though we are still in the early throes of the 2019/20 season, Manchester United’s Premier League meeting with Leicester City on Saturday already feels like a pivotal fixture for the home team.
With hysteria already peaking and United supporters’ confidence on a knife-edge, a poor performance against an impressive Foxes side at Old Trafford
this weekend could severely crank up the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Leicester will arrive in Manchester confident that they can grab the result to do just that.
After flying out of the traps on matchday one against Chelsea, United retreated back into their shells
just as quickly, taking just two points from nine in their trio of Premier League fixtures after their triumph over the Blues.
Worryingly for Solskjaer, the attacking spark and ruthlessness they showed against Chelsea has all but evaporated already
and United scored just once in each of the league games they’ve contested since.
Leicester have won only one of their last 20 league games against United, losing 15 and drawing the other four
though Brendan Rodgers will feel that his is just about the ideal opportunity to add a positive result to that poor record.
City are one of only three clubs in the Premier League to have navigated the first four rounds of fixtures unbeaten
and the Foxes are without defeat in five competitive matches overall this term.
Having taken a point each from tough opening games against Wolves and Chelsea, Leicester arrive at Old Trafford
searching for their third league victory in the spin having put Sheffield United and Bournemouth to the sword.
Leicester’s great Premier League form isn’t a short-lived run, in fact it extends to the back-end of last season.
Remarkably, only Man City (37) and Liverpool (40) have taken more points in the league than Leicester (25) since Brendan Rodgers was appointed on March 3rd
Leicester’s form makes them fantastic value in the double chance market this weekend against a fragile looking Man Utd team, that are coping with a crisis in confidence and a mounting injury list.
Luke Shaw has already been ruled out, while Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all nursing injuries and could also miss Saturday’s game.
In addition, United have lost three of their last five Premier League matches at Old Trafford
and they have won only four of their last 10 there in the league since mid-January overall.
With so many factors and circumstances falling in Leicester’s favour, we recommend taking the excellent prices available for them in the double chance market this week