Brendan Rodgers Leicester would take on Ole Gunnar Solksjaer Manchester United at the King Power stadium on Boxing Day in a clash that is one of the mouthwatering clashes of the matchday, with Arsenal and Chelsea yet to play on that same day.

In what has been a funny season, Manchester sit on the third position in the Premier League table with 26 points, just a point behind Leicester City who sit in second position. Though Manchester United have a game in hand over Leicester City.

The Red Devils are beginning to gather some level of consistency and momentum with 4 wins and a draw in their last five premier league games.

Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy

Meanwhile Leicester who dispatched Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham 2 – 0 in the midweek, have also been on their own run of inconsistency, with the Foxes recording 3 wins and 2 losses in their last five premier league games.

In what appears to be the first premier league game after Christmas, Leicester would hope that they are to defeat Manchester United at home. With the ageless Jamie Vardy fit alongside returning energetic midfielder, Wilfried Ndidi, you would expect a goal from Leicester City.

Bruno Fernandes
Bruno Fernandes

But then again, one can not deride Manchester United who boast an array of speed in their attacks barring the veteran Edinson Cavani. Manchester United as seen when they have hit their strides do have a very pacy attack, and with Bruno Fernandes growing in influence and adept reading of the game, there must be a goal.

Both sides are not known for sitting deep, and both sides would obviously be gunning for the win in a bid to catch up with defending Premier League champions, Liverpool.

The game would be an end to end game with the game slowing on as fatigue comes in, but there will be goals and it sure must be over 2.5 goals.

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