Manchester United who has been on poor form in recent weeks, will be locking horns with Leicester City at the King Powell stadium this weekend following a successful international break, and as such, alot of actions are expected to be displayed. Manchester United failed to defeat Leicester City last season in the premier league competition last season, and as such, they will be looking forward to securing their first league victory over Leicester City in two seasons.
Nonetheless, I decided to put up this article, to highlight the possible starting XI Manchester United can use to defeats Leicester City when they meet this week Saturday.
1. Goal keeper: David De Gea will be starting in the goal keeping position ahead of Dean Henderson and Tom Heaton who joined the club in the just concluded transfer market.
2. Defenders: With Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane out due to Injury, Eric Baily and Victor Lindelof will be linking up in the center back position for manchester united when they face Leicester City this weekend. Luke Shaw and Wan Bissaka on the other hand, will be starting from the left back and right back position respectively.
3. Midfielders: Scott McTominay will be replacing Fred who has been performing poorly for manchester united since the beginning of the season.
4. Attackers: As usual, Christiano Ronaldo will be leading the attacking frontline for Manchester United ahead of Edinson Cavani who fell out of the pecking order at Manchester United following the arrival of Ronaldo.
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