Manchester United Vs Leicester City Live Stream August 10 2018 Kick-Off 19:00 GMT

Manchester United Vs Leicester City Live Stream August 10 2018 Kick-Off 19:00 GMT

Manchester United Vs Leicester City Live Stream

TO WATCH THE LIVE STREAM, CLICK HERE, BEIN SPORTS 11 HD, Sky Sports Main Event UK or Sky Sports Premier League UK or Sky Sports Football UK or BeIN Sports 3.

Manchester United went into the summer break on a low note after losing to Chelsea in the FA Cup final, leaving them without a trophy last term.

However, climbing up to second place in the Premier League table, from sixth the season before, was good progress and Jose Mourinho will be keen to build on that.

Vardy and shaw in battle

The arrival of box-to-box Brazil midfielder Fred looks a shrewd move and several players enhanced their reputations at the World Cup.

Romelu LukakuPaul Pogba and Jesse Lingard will all be seeking more consistency at club level after impressing on the international stage.

After securing 15 home wins in this competition last term, another strong start at Old Trafford is the initial aim.

However, pre-season results have been mixed and many of those big names were late returning from Russia 2018

Leicester ended up in ninth place last season and struggled when visiting elite-level teams, picking up just one point from away fixtures against the top-six clubs.

City did hit the target in four of their five defeats in such games, though, so that backs up our view that they are always a threat going forward.

Herrera fighting for the ball with Okazaki.

Losing star winger Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City was obviously a major blow, but Claude Puel has made some solid recruits.

Paying out £22million for Norwich midfielder James Maddison was a bold move, while 26-year-old Algeria international Rachid Ghezzal is another attacking option brought in from Monaco.

The likes of Jamie VardyKelechi Iheanacho and Shinji Okazaki should not be short of good service again!

Portugal full-back Ricardo Pereira and Northern Ireland centre-half Jonny Evans are two big boosts at the back and Wales goalkeeper Danny Wardwill push Kasper Schmeichel after joining for £12.5million from Liverpool.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

31 − = 23

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.