Manchester United and Leicester meet today in the Premier League. Here at SPOX you can follow the game in the live ticker.
Manchester United 0-0 Leicester City
Lineup Manchester United
de Gea – Diogo Dalot, Varane, H. Maguire, Shaw – Fred, McTominay, Elanga, Pogba, Sancho – Bruno Fernandes
Lineup Leicester City
Schmeichel – Justin, J. Evans, Fofana, Castagne – Tielemans, N. Mendy, Maddison, Dewsbury-Hall, Barnes – Iheanacho
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Manchester United vs. Leicester City: Premier League NOW in the live ticker – kick-off
1.: The ball rolls at Old Trafford.
Manchester United vs. Leicester City: Premier League NOW in the live ticker – before the start
Before start: Leicester also looked good against Man United recently. After twelve games against the Red Devils in the meantime, Leicester have all won the last three duels. So did the first leg, in which the Foxes won late 4-2. United meanwhile led 1-0 and equalized 2-2, but in the end Vardy and Daka had the better answer. And today?
Before start: First of all, the opponent is called Leicester City. The Foxes would love to be in contention for a place in Europe, but that’s already done in 10th place, 14 points behind United. Lately things have been better for Leicester: Three of the last four league games have been won and the Rodgers team is in the quarter-finals of the Conference League.
Before start: In theory, Man United no longer has the achievement of the premier class in their own hands. Coach Rangnick’s team can always make things exciting, after all, in the remaining nine games of the season they are against Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal, among others. And it goes without saying that the Champions League must be the goal. This was also made clear with Bruno Fernandes’ contract extension during the week.
Before start: The Red Devils had to say goodbye to the Champions League. And to be able to compete again this coming season, Man United will have to complete a mammoth task. Manchester is currently in 6th place in the table, four points behind Arsenal and the coveted places. On top of that, the Gunners still have a game up their sleeve.
Before start: On the other hand, Brendan Rodgers changes his central defense after the 2-1 win against FC Brentford: Jonny Evans and Wesley Fofana start for Daniel Amartey and Caglar Söyüncü.
Before start: Leicester City field the following eleven: Schmeichel – Justin, Evans, Fofana, Castagne – Tielemans, Mendy – Maddison, Dewsbury-Hall, Barnes – Iheanacho.
Before start: Coach Ralf Rangnick makes two changes after the 1-0 defeat by Atletico and the Champions League exit: Luke Shaw replaces Alex Telles on the left and Paul Pogba replaces Cristiano Ronaldo in the first eleven. The Portuguese is out due to illness.
Before start: Let’s start with the lineups, starting with Manchester United: De Gea – Diogo Dalot, Varane, Maguire, Shaw – Fred, McTominay – Elanga, Pogba, Sancho – Bruno Fernandes.
Before start: Manchester United continue to fight for a Champions League spot for next season. The team coached by Ralf Rangnick can no longer make a mistake. Fourth-placed Arsenal are four points short. The Gunners have also played one game fewer than United. Leicester City only played 27 games before today’s duel and are therefore only found in midfield.
Before start: The clash will kick off at 6.30pm and will be played at Old Trafford (Manchester).
Before start: Hello and welcome to the Premier League on Matchday 31. Manchester United meets Leicester City.
Manchester United vs. Leicester City: Premier League Live NOW – Official Lineups
Manchester United: de Gea – Diogo Dalot, Varane, H. Maguire, Shaw – Fred, McTominay, Elanga, Pogba, Sancho – Bruno Fernandes
Leicester City: Schmeichel – Justin, J. Evans, Fofana, Castagne – Tielemans, N. Mendy, Maddison, Dewsbury-Hall, Barnes – Iheanacho
Manchester United vs. Leicester City: Premier League today on TV and live stream
sky is responsible for broadcasting the match Manchester United vs. Leicester City. The preliminary reports are broadcast at 6:20 p.m Sky Sports 1 (HD) Come on. Joachim lever comments on the spectacle.
Sky also offers a live stream for the game today. To get access to this, you have the choice between one SkyGo-Subscription or one SkyTicket.