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Published On: Sun, Feb 3rd, 2019

Leicester City vs Manchester United

Leicester City vs Manchester United Match Info

Date: Sunday February 3 2019
Kick-off time: 2.05pm GMT
Venue: King Power Stadium
Referee: Mike Dean

Leicester City vs Manchester United Head-To-Head Record

Last 3 matches:

August 10 2018: Manchester United 2-1 Leicester City

December 23 2017: Leicester City 2-2 Manchester United
August 26 2017: Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City

Total head-to-head league matches played: 121
Leicester City wins: 32
Manchester United wins: 60
Draws: 29

Leicester City vs Manchester United Stats

  • Leicester have won only one of their last 21 matches against Manchester United
  • The Foxes have also won just two of their latest 10 home games
  • Manchester United have scored two or more goals in all six meetings of these clubs since August 2016

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has lost his 100% record overall as Manchester United’s interim manager, but still has the chance to make it five wins out of five away from home.

The popular Norwegian remains unbeaten by the skin of his teeth after United scored a couple of late goals to salvage a 2-2 draw with Burnley at Old Trafford in midweek.

Now the Red Devils, who have won at Cardiff, Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal under Solskjaer’s guidance, visit a Leicester side who will have been happier than United to draw their latest fixture – because it was away to leaders Liverpool.

The Foxes produced a good performance at Anfield, which will have again kept the axeman away from the door as far as manager Claude Puel is concerned following a run of four losses in five.

The problem is that Leicester are just very unpredictable, especially at home where, within four days after Christmas, they beat Manchester City and then lost to Cardiff!

The best way to approach betting on this game, therefore, is to base it on what you think Manchester United will do – is the momentum slowing under Solskjaer or was the Burnley result a temporary blip?

With a very tough February ahead, we think it may just be the former and that the manager’s perfect away record will also go here – but via another draw rather than a loss.

Mike Dean is the referee for this game. The Englishman has officiated 13 top-flight matches this season. In that time, he has accumulated an average booking points total of 50.4. Therefore, I would advise a maximum of 60+ total points for this fixture
Mike Dean has given 94 yellow cards last 23 games and 10 red cards.

Suggested Tips – Leicester City vs Manchester United:

  • Correct score: Manchester United to win 2-1
  • First Goalscorer – Marcus Rashford
  • Correct goalscorer: Leicester City 1 – 2 Manchester Utd
  • Above 2,5 goals
  • Above 3,5 cards
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