Leicester vs Man Utd: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for huge Premier League game


MANCHESTER UNITED will be eager to build on their winning run when they take on Leicester City this Thursday – which is also transfer deadline day.

The Red Devils managed to scrape a gruelling 1-0 win against Southampton at St. Mary’s last weekend.

Bruno Fernandes' superb volley was enough to see Man United beat Southampton


Bruno Fernandes’ superb volley was enough to see Man United beat SouthamptonCredit: Getty
Leicester's defeat to ten-men Chelsea sees their winless Premier league run continue


Leicester’s defeat to ten-men Chelsea sees their winless Premier league run continueCredit: Rex

And the fans were treated to more good news having seen their club officially wrap up a deal for Brazilian sensation Antony.

However, Erik Ten Hag will be aware that his side will be in for a tough test against a Leicester side who are hungry to put their three points on the board.

But the Foxes could be slightly distracted by Wesley Fofana’s imminent departure to Chelsea and Arsenal’s continued speculation with midfield maestro Youri Tielemans.

What time does Leicester vs Manchester United kick off?

What TV channel is Leicester vs Manchester United on and can I live stream it?

  • Leicester City vs Manchester United will be broadcasted LIVE on BT Sport 1 in the UK.
  • Coverage is scheduled to commence from 7pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
  • Subscription holders of BT Sport also have access to the entire action via the BT Sport website or BT Sport app.

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Team news

Brendan Rodgers will be forced to continue without long-term absentees Ryan Bertrand and Ricard Pereira.

However, the Leicester boss could see midfield maestro return to the squad having been unavailable for the 2-1 loss against Chelsea.

Elsewhere, Erik Ten Hag might be tempted to rest some of his key players with the huge fixture against Arsenal on the weekend in mind.

Which could see the likes of Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Cristiano Ronaldo be granted their first start in two games.

Former Real Madrid veteran Casemiro is also in line for a starting role for the first time and fresh £84 million signing Antony will be itching to at least make the bench.

Whilst Anthony Martial, Brandon Williams and Victor Lindelof all look unlikely to feature against the Foxes.

Latest odds

  • Leicester to win 23/10
  • Draw 11/4
  • Man Utd to win 11/10

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication


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