Manchester United vs Leicester City
On Saturday at Old Trafford, Leicester City will hope to cause an upset when they take on Man United.
Leicester are unbeaten this season, with two draws and three wins in all competitions.
The Foxes are third in the Premier League with 8 points from 4 matches.
As for Man United, the Red Devils are 8th in the division with five points on the board.
United are winless in their last three outings, following draws against Wolves and Southampton, plus a defeat to Crystal Palace.
Axel Tuanzebe & Aaron Wan-Bissaka
According to the Manchester Evening News, Axel Tuanzebe could feature for Man United this weekend.
Tuanzebe has remained at Old Trafford following his loan spell at Aston Villa last season. The M.E.N now report:
Axel Tuanzebe could be given his first minutes of the new season.
(Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) Solskjaer made a statement by keeping the 21-year-old at the club this season instead of sending him out on loan and has continued to show his intent to involve the defender by putting him on the bench ahead of the likes of Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and the recently departed Chris Smalling.
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If Tuanzebe does start against Leicester, will he play at right-back or left-back?
That’s up in the air, as the Manchester Evening News report on injury timetables for Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw.
On Wan-Bissaka, the local paper report that he’s “potentially out” of the Leicester game.
As for Shaw, M.E.N detail that “Luke Shaw hasn’t played since he had to be replaced in the first half of the home defeat against Crystal Palace with a thigh injury.”