Manchester United will be traveling to King Power Stadium this weekend to face Brendan Rodgers, Leicester City in the English Premier League. The EPL returns to our TV screens after two weeks of non-stop international matches and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will be hoping to bounce back from their 1-1 draw at the Threatre of Dreams against Everton.
United's match against Leicester City would be a tricky away fixture for Norwegian tactician, who is under a lot of pressure to deliver, Leicester City are missing alot of first team stars, with Wilfred Ndidi and Johnny Evans, Vestergaard all out injured.
There are some wrong decisions Manchester United's gaffer should avoid if he wants to defeat Leicester City this weekend and this post consists of those 2 decisions.
1. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should not bench his key players:
In United's last game against Everton at the Threatre of Dreams, well all saw how the decision to drop Cristiano Ronaldo cost the team three precious points and the chance to go level on points with Chelsea in first position. Ole Might want to rest players ahead of their midweek Champions League match against Atalanta.
The Norwegian tactician should field his strongest and best players against Leicester City if he wants to put an end to United's poor run in the English Premier League.
2. Give Jadon Sancho more chances
The Englishman shown glimpses of what he can do in United's last match, causing a lot of problems down the left hand flank for opposition defenders and also created the most chances with limited minutes on the pitch, unfortunately for the Red Devils they couldn't snatch a win against Everton..in the just concluded international break, he was brilliant for the Three Lions, giving two assist against Andorra.
In Conclusion, The Norwegian gaffer will be looking forward to leading his side to victory against the Foxes and should avoid these two wrong decisions if he wants United to bounce back and return to winning ways.
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