Leicester City vs Manchester United Live: Live TV, Kick-Off Time, Team News & Venue

Leicester City vs Manchester United Live:


On Wednesday night, a 0-0 against Hull is not the result Manchester United fans or premier league manager Jose Mourinho were looking for.

The relinquished points have done nothing to dampen the rumors that Atletico Madrid’s professional footballer Antoine Griezmann will join the club in the summer however.

The midweek failure did see the Reds lose more place as they aim for a Champions League place though and that could be a composing factor on whether Antoine Griezmann does actually make the move to North West England.

There is no outline where Manchester United can break into the top 4 as they currently sit 4points behind Manchester City in fifth place, whatever happens this weekend.

Leicester City’s form has been a world away from the team that only lost 3games last season and it is fair to say—when Football manager Claudio Ranieri’s side visited to Old Trafford in September they were defeated 4-1. Report— Manchester Evening News.






What TV Channel Is On?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD

Kick-Off Time:

From 3:30pm


On Sunday, 5th February-2017


King Power Stadium in Leicester, England


Highlights will be shown on BBC’s MOTD2 later that evening.

Team News:





On Wednesday night, English club Manchester United forward Anthony Martial was once again left on the bench during the Hull game but will feel a start would be fair after his team-mates failed to put any past the Humberside club.

Jose Mourinho in his press conference on Friday addressed the frontline firing blanks—we do not score enough. Some of our players from attacking creative positions could and should score more.

Phil Jones, English professional footballer has been confirmed as being injured but left-back Luke Shaw is fit once again.


Leicester – 17/4

Draw – 11/4

Man Utd – 4/6

Paul Pogba to score from outside the penalty area – 8/1

Anthony Martial to score first and Man United to win 2-1 – 50/1

Henrikh Mkhitaryan to score first – 7/1


Salahuddin Sagar

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