Leicester City vs Manchester United tips Eric Cantona
Manchester United are sixth in the table but only two points behind fourth place and Champions League qualification. Their run of straight wins under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer came to an end when drawing 2-2 with Burnley on Tuesday. They had to come from 2-0 down though and showed their fighting spirit under Solksjaer. United have won their last three away league games scoring eight times and conceding just twice with consecutive clean sheets at Newcastle United and Tottenham. Leicester also drew in midweek, grabbing a point at Anfield. That left them 11th in the Premier League but if seventh place did guarantee a Europa League place, they are only three points behind Wolverhampton Wanderers. They are still looking for their first win since New Year's Day and have played four league and cup games without a victory. Home form isn't helping their Europa League bid with three defeats in the last four. Another looks likely here and the tip is for Manchester United to get an away win.
Leicester City vs Manchester United tips Charlie Nicholas
A first slip-up for Solskjaer, but being 2-0 down and getting something from it keeps momentum going. Martial has re-signed his contract, so there is a feelgood factor there - they are not losing any games and keeping the group together and they have their points to prove. After going behind early at Anfield, Leicester did really well and I feel like I'm waiting for Puel to get the sack every game. They responded brilliantly at Anfield, they defended and attacked well, they did not get enough service to Vardy, but Maddison missed a couple of sitters and they could have easily won that match. So this will be a tough test for United, but I think it will be a draw with Vardy being a real handful and I'm totally not convinced by United's defence. Source: Sky Sports
Leicester City vs Manchester United tips Michael Owen
Both sides came from behind to pick up a point midweek and Leicester impressed me enormously at Anfield where I felt they were good value for the draw. That said they have lost their last couple of home league games and I enjoy watching this new Manchester United side – something I couldn’t and wouldn’t have said earlier in the season. United have won their last five away games in all competitions and are clinical on the break. I feel the Red Devils will edge what promises to be a hugely entertaining game. Source: Daily Post