Opta Stats: Leicester v Manchester United

Can Jose Mourinho point Manchester United to victory over Leicester?
Can Jose Mourinho point Manchester United to victory over Leicester?

Will Manchester United bounce back from their midweek embarrassment when they travel to Leicester? Opta has the answers.

"Leicester City have lost 13 of their last 17 Premier League games against Manchester United (W1 D3)."

The visitors are 1.9310/11 to win.

Leicester City have lost 13 of their last 17 Premier League games against Manchester United (W1 D3). The visitors are 1.9310/11 to win.

Manchester United have lost just one of their last 12 league visits to Leicester (W7 D4), a 5-3 defeat in September 2014. The draw is 3.7511/4.

Leicester City lost their last home league game against Crystal Palace - the last three occasions they've lost back-to-back Premier League games at the King Power Stadium have been under different managers (Craig Shakespeare in September, Claudio Ranieri in February and Nigel Pearson in February 2015). They are 4.57/2 to bounce back with a win.

Manchester United have conceded in each of their last five Premier League away games. Both teams to score is 1.84/5.

Man Utd's haul of three wins from their last three away games is more than they'd managed in their previous 10 on the road in the Premier League (W2 D4 L4). United are 1.412/5 in the Draw No Bet market.

Over the last 10 Premier League games, only the top four sides coming into this matchday have won more points than Leicester (20) - Manchester City (30), Chelsea (25), Liverpool and Manchester United (21). Leicester are 3.39/4 Draw No Bet.

Jose Mourinho has won five of his six Premier League matches against Leicester City. The draw half-time/Manchester United full-time double result is 5.14/1.

Jesse Lingard has scored in each of his last three Premier League away games, netting four goals in total. He'd only scored three goals in his previous 29 on the road in the competition. Lingard is 3.953/1 to score.

Romelu Lukaku has been involved in five goals in his last six Premier League games against Leicester City (four goals, one assist) - however, the Belgian failed to score a penalty against the Foxes earlier this season at Old Trafford. Lukaku is 2.3211/8 to find the net.

Jamie Vardy is still one goal shy of hitting 50 in the Premier League - his first in the competition came in Leicester's 5-3 win over Man Utd in September 2014, while he set the record for most consecutive Premier League games scored in by a player (11) with his strike against the Red Devils in November 2015. Vardy is 3.259/4 to score his 50th goal.

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