Manchester United will be looking to end their two-game winless stretch when they face Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men find themselves fourth in the Premier League table, 2 points behind table leaders, Chelsea.

Leicester, on the other hand, are having a troubling start to the season, presently 13th on the table.

The Foxes have only managed to win two of their last seven league games this term, producing two wins and three losses.

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They have also failed to win any of their previous four away league games, losing to Manchester City and Brighton before sealing back-to-back 2-2 draws with Burnley and Crystal Palace.

Brendan Rodgers’ men have been involved in some high-scoring games of recently, with each of their last three league away games producing over 2.5 goals.

As expected, Jamie Vardy has been at the heart of the action, scoring four goals in three league matches.

The veteran striker has notched six goals and one assist in seven EPL appearances this term, putting him level with Liverpool’s Mo Salah.

On the other side, Man Utd made an impressive start to the season – picking up four wins and one draw from their opening five league games.

They have taken a turn for the worse recently, winning just one of their previous four games in all competitions.

Along with a defeat to Aston Villa and a draw with Everton in the league, the Red Devils lost to West Ham in the EFL Cup before beating Villarreal in the Champions League.

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Let’s not forget that Man Utd are currently enjoying a 22-game unbeaten run away from home in the Premier League.

Although Solskjaer’s men have endured a slight downturn recently, they know what it takes to get a result on the road.

Head to Head

Head-to-head: Man Utd have only won one of their past four meetings with Leicester in all competitions, suffering two defeats last season.

It is also worth noting that each of the previous three encounters between the teams have produced over 2.5 goals.

Given Leicester’s indifferent start to the campaign, the hosts could struggle to deal with the visitors on Saturday.

Sportsgetto expects Man Utd to have the upper hand on Saturday and win against Leicester City with Over 2.5 Goals.

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