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penk22_ 30-01-2019 12:03 PM

[EPL] Leicester City 0-1 Manchester United
 

Leicester City vs Manchester United - Premier League Gameweek 25
Minggu, 3 Februari 2019
Kick Off : 21.05 WIB
Venue : King Power Stadium
Wasit : Mike Dean
Live : beIN Sports 1


League standings and form guide
6. Manchester United: WWWWD
11. Leicester City: LWLLD

Team News
Manchester United : Marcos Rojo ruled out. Chris Smalling, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial doubtful.
Leicester City : Daniel Amartey ruled out.

Pre-Match Pressers
Ole Gunnar Solskjśr

penk22_ 30-01-2019 12:04 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
Head to Head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 65x
Imbang : 29x
Leicester City menang : 33x

10 pertemuan terakhir kedua tim :
21 September 2014 - Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United - Premier League
31 Januari 2015 - Manchester United 3-1 Leicester City - Premier League
28 November 2015 - Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United - Premier League
1 Mei 2016 - Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City - Premier League
7 Agustus 2016 - Leicester City 1-2 Manchester United - Community Shield
24 September 2016 - Manchester United 4-1 Leicester City - Premier League
5 Februari 2017 - Leicester City 0-3 Manchester United - Premier League
26 Agustus 2017 - Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City - Premier League
24 Desember 2017 - Leicester City 2-2 Manchester United - Premier League
11 Agustus 2018 - Manchester United 2-1 Leicester City - Premier League

jojo poenya 30-01-2019 03:48 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
Yakin 3point
Moga ga seri lagi 😊

Zulfan 31-01-2019 09:25 AM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
Leicester bisa liat strategi high pressing ala burnley kemaren, dan bisa jadi mereka bakal gitu juga.

adi_Giggsy 31-01-2019 02:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Zulfan (Post 693116)
Leicester bisa liat strategi high pressing ala burnley kemaren, dan bisa jadi mereka bakal gitu juga.

Yak betul high pressing yg selalu menyakitkan buat United. Semoga Ole punya strategi untuk mengatasinya

Andi Istiabudi 31-01-2019 05:41 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
EARLY TEAM NEWS FOR LEICESTER TRIP

Manchester United are hoping Anthony Martial recovers from injury in time to face Leicester City on Sunday in the Reds' next Premier League outing.

The French forward scored as a substitute in the Emirates FA Cup win at Arsenal, but picked up a problem in training that caused him to miss the 2-2 draw with Burnley at Old Trafford.

Caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed there were a few niggles in his squad that influenced his selection for the game against the Clarets.

Ander Herrera is believed to be one of those who needed a rest, after he was left on the bench on Tuesday, while Chris Smalling made a welcome return as another of the unused subs following the foot injury he sustained in December’s 4-1 win over his former club Fulham.

Solskjaer has stressed a need to rotate his players due to the challenges being posed at home and abroad in this upcoming spell and he will be keeping his fingers crossed that there were no additional worries on the back of the Burnley clash.

Paul Pogba was caught by a late challenge from Phil Bardsley and Marcus Rashford was also subjected to some physical treatment from the Clarets defenders. If Rashford plays against the Foxes, he will make his 100th Premier League appearance.

Like Smalling, Eric Bailly is an option to come into defence while Jesse Lingard came off the bench to good effect when earning the penalty that sparked the Reds’ tremendous late comeback against Burnley.

Meanwhile, for Leicester, England defender Harry Maguire returned from injury against Liverpool on Wednesday night and scored the crucial equaliser in the Foxes' 1-1 draw at Anfield.

Ole could provide an update on his team plans in his pre-match press conference on Friday, ahead of the trip to the King Power Stadium.

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Kevin_Anggie 31-01-2019 06:03 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
Mbuh piye carane, pokok e kudu menang!!!!

Andi Istiabudi 02-02-2019 12:45 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO LEICESTER V UNITED

Manchester United hit the road again on Sunday, as our Premier League campaign continues with a trip to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping his charges can return to winning ways after the 2-2 draw with Burnley on Tuesday evening, when late goals from Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof salvaged an important point and maintained our unbeaten run under the Norwegian.

United were understandably disappointed not to have extended the caretaker manager’s perfect start to nine consecutive victories but, ultimately, it means the gap to the top four is just two points, after Chelsea’s 4-0 defeat to Bournemouth on Wednesday.

Fifth-placed Arsenal play Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium following the conclusion of our match against Leicester, so Solskjaer and co will be aware that a positive result might see us climb the table, should the Gunners drop points.

But, as last season’s pre-Christmas visit to the East Midlands proved, Leicester are usually difficult opponents on their own turf. Read on to see how the two sides are shaping up ahead of Sunday’s clash…

HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?

The game kicks off at 14:05 GMT on Sunday and will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK. Subscribers to MUTV will be able to enjoy live build-up to the match from 12:30 GMT in the 'Match Day' programme, while you can also follow our coverage of the match on ManUtd.com and in the Official App, which you can download here.

WHO WILL PLAY?

Anthony Martial missed the Burnley game after picking up a knock in training, and Solskjaer revealed before that match that there were a few “small little niggles” that he needed to protect by rotating – given how many games are coming up in February. Ander Herrera was among those rested and could return – the Spaniard has started all four away games thus far under Solskjaer. In defence, Chris Smalling was involved in the matchday squad for the first time in more than seven weeks against the Clarets, so the centre-back could earn his first start under Ole. The caretaker manager said in his pre-match press conference that he hoped Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial will come through Friday's training session and be involved on Sunday, with Marcos Rojo the only long-term absentee.

WHAT ABOUT LEICESTER?

Belgium international midfielder Youri Tielemans could make his debut for the club after signing on loan from Monaco on deadline day, with Adrien Silva moving in the opposite direction. Meanwhile, England defenderHarry Maguire returned from injury with a goal that earned the Foxes a 1-1 draw against Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night, after being substituted in Leicester’s previous game against Wolves with an ankle complaint. Full-back Daniel Amartey, who was sent off against United in last season's corresponding fixture, is continuing his rehabilitation from an ankle injury suffered in October as reports suggest he won't return to first-team action until March.

HOW HAVE LEICESTER BEEN DOING?

It’s been an inconsistent start to the new year for Claude Puel’s men. They kicked off 2019 with a solid away performance at Goodison Park, where they ran out 1-0 winners against Everton, but then succumbed to three consecutive defeats. Famously, within that run, they were beaten 2-1 at League Two side Newport County in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup. They steadied themselves in midweek with an impressive 1-1 draw against league leaders Liverpool, becoming the first team outside of the top five to claim a point against Jurgen Klopp’s men. The Midlands outfit are also one of four Premier League teams to have beaten Manchester City this season and they won away at Chelsea in December, so the Reds can expect a tough test against a team who have tended to flourish against top-flight high-flyers.

WHAT'S OUR RECORD AGAINST THE FOXES LIKE?

We’ve met Leicester 127 times in competitive games, winning on 65 previous occasions, while there have been 33 victories for Leicester and 29 draws. In the Premier League era, the Foxes have beaten us just twice, most recently back in 2014 in that dramatic 5-3 defeat at the King Power Stadium under Louis van Gaal. United have won four of the last five games against the 2015/16 champions, and only a stoppage-time equaliser from Harry Maguire in December 2017 denied us all three points on our most recent visit to the King Power. The Reds faced Leicester in the first Premier League match of the 2018/19 season back in August, when an early penalty from Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw's first career goal proved enough to clinch a 2-1 win despite a late goal from Jamie Vardy. Watch the highlights from that game below...

WHO IS THEIR MANAGER?

Claude Puel took charge of the Foxes in October 2017 when the team were in the relegation zone, and eventually guided them to a respectable ninth-placed finish. The Frenchman – nicknamed ‘Whispering’ Claude due to his quiet comportment – has led Leicester to several impressive results, but came under fire for his decision to rest key players for their Carabao Cup quarter-final against Manchester City, which ended in a penalty-shootout defeat. Club legend Vardy has publicly admitted that Puel’s desired style of play does not suit him. But the former Monaco and Lille boss has a knack of masterminding important results, with the draw at Anfield the latest to inspire confidence in his work. United fans will remember him for taking Southampton to the League Cup final in 2017, where Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice to help the Reds to a 3-2 win at Wembley Stadium.

WHO IS THE REFEREE?

Mike Dean will take charge of his fourth United match of the season on Sunday, following our 2-1 win at Watford in September, the 2-2 draw at Chelsea in October and last month’s 1-0 win away at Tottenham Hotspur. He sent Nemanja Matic off for a second bookable offence against the Hornets, while Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera were booked in the Spurs match at Wembley. Dean will be assisted by Ian Hussin and Darren Cann, with David Coote assuming the role of fourth official.

www.manutd.com

Zulfan 02-02-2019 09:15 PM

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Originally Posted by adi_Giggsy (Post 693118)
Yak betul high pressing yg selalu menyakitkan buat United. Semoga Ole punya strategi untuk mengatasinya

Kalo saya liat, gitu bola di kaki bek, pemain tengah dan full back bakal maju, cuma matic yg tetap di bawah. Kalo bek ga bisa ngoper bola, mereka musti bawa sendiri ke tengah. Tapi gitu di high press, mau dioper ga bisa, dibawa maju juga ga bisa. Akhirnya umpan jauh ke depan.

Andi Istiabudi 03-02-2019 04:07 PM

Re: [EPL] Leicester City vs Manchester United
 
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