Last time out, Manchester United hit a bump in the road. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men were held at home to a spirited Burnley team.
Things don’t get any easier this weekend with the Red Devils heading to Leicester City. The Foxes will be tough to beat, especially after the recent results they’ve enjoyed against the top six.
Anyway, the starting XI for today’s game is in, and Solskjaer has seemingly gone back to what he knows best after tinkering in midweek.
David de Gea starts in goal, with Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly at the heart of our defence. Luke Shaw plays at left-back, while Ashley Young, somewhat surprisingly, keeps his place in the team on the right.
Nemanja Matic plays once again as he’s rapidly becoming undroppable at the moment. Paul Pogba has battled through injury to start, while Ander Herrera comes back into the team.
Alexis Sanchez will get his opportunity to play from off the left, with Jesse Lingard getting the nod opposite. Marcus Rashford will lead the line.