Man Utd vs Leicester: Live stream, TV channel, kick off time, team news for Premier League clash

LEICESTER will look to dent Manchester United's top four hopes when they take on the Red Devils at Old Trafford.

If Ralf Rangnick's side fail to beat Leicester then there will be serious concerns over their chances of securing a top four finish.

In their last Premier League game United beat top four rivals 3-2 to keep themselves within touching distance of a Champions League place.

Following their triumph over Tottenham, United were knocked out of the Champions League by Atletico Madrid in the Round of 16.

As for Leicester it's been a season of injuries and inconsistencies with key man Jamie Vardy spending most of the season on the sidelines.

However the last time these two faced each other Leicester ran out 4-2 winners in a terrific display at the King Power stadium.

When is Man Utd vs Leicester?

  • Man Utd vs Leicester will be played on Saturday, April 2.
  • The Premier League match will kick off at 5:30pm.
  • It will be played at Old Trafford.

What TV channel is Man Utd vs Leicester on and can I live stream it?

  • Man Utd vs Leicester will be shown live Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.
  • Coverage will start at 4:30pm UK time.
  • You can live stream the action from the NOW TV or Sky Go app, both of which can be downloaded onto your mobile or tablet device.

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Team News

Manchester United

Luke Shaw has recovered from illness and is available for selection.

Leicester City

Ryan Bertrand is expected to be out for most of the season after having an operation on his knee back in February, with Wilfried Ndidi joining him on the long term absentees list after picking up an injury in Leicester's last game.

Jamie Vardy, Wesley Fofana, Ademola Lookman and Marc Albrighton are all expected to be in the match day squad despite some mild concerns over fitness.


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