Leicester City host Manchester United today for the FA Cup Quarter-final match at home, MySportDab reports.
The Foxes are determined to reach the FA Cup Semi-final today with a win against Manchester United.
However, Leicester will be without six first team players all unavailable due to injury.
Meanwhile, Manchester United come into the game with high motivation after their recent Europa League win against AC Milan.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team could reach another Semi-final today with a win at Leicester City.
United remain without a trophy for almost five years now and only the FA Cup or Europa League can end that drought.
Leicester City Team News
Leicester City have a massive injury blow ahead of today’s FA Cup game against Manchester United.
Coach Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that Ricardo Pereira will play in today’s game at the King Power Stadium.
The full-back is still recovering from his hamstring strain suffered in last weekend’s Premier League game against Sheffield United.
So Leicester City will be without six first-team players when they face Manchester United today.
James Maddison has returned to training after a long time out due to a hip problem.
Cengiz Under and Harvey Barnesalso remain unavailable due to injury issues, alongside James Justin and Wes Morgan.
Manchester United Team News
Manchester United don’t have any fresh injury concerns apart from Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani.
Rashford has to be substituted at half-time during the AC Milan game.
Meanwhile, Cavani could not travel to italy due to his injury but might be on the bench today at Leicester City.
Dean Henderson is more likely to keep his place in goal after impressing in the AC Milan win.
In defence, Solskjaer could start Bailly, Maguire, Telles, and Wan-Bissaka for the Leicester match today.
Scott McTominay and Pogba could play as the holding midfielders just behind Bruno Fernandes.
If Rashford is fit enough, he should start on the left, and Dan James on the right.
Mason Greenwood could start upfront if Cavani is still not fit enough today.
Leicester City Vs Manchester United kick off?
The FA Cup match starts at 6:30pm Nigeria time today.
FA Cup Matches Today;
Chelsea Vs Sheffield United 2:30pm
Leicester City Vs Manchester United 6:30pm