Manchester United will head to the King Power stadium in a few hours to take on league table rivals Leicester City in the FA Cup Quarterfinals.
Manchester City and Southampton have already booked their place in the Semifinals, Chelsea face Sheffield United to determine the other Semifinalist.
Manchester United have not lost to Leicester City since 2014 in all competitions, it was a famous win for the Foxes on their return to the Premier League defeating United 5-3. Despite winning the league the following year, they could not beat the Red Devils.
Manchester United defeated Leicester last campaign on the final day of the league season with Champions League on the line. It has been 13 games since that Summer defeat to the Foxes, and the two sides shared a point on Boxing Day, 2-2.
The Red Devils eliminated the Rossoneri in the Europa League on Thursday and before that beat City and West Ham in the league. United also beat West Ham in the last round of the FA Cup to set up this game against Leicester.
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Paul Pogba will likely be available but might not start according to Solskjaer. Pogba came on for Marcus Rashford at half time, it is not certain if that was a tactical or fitness change, both will likely be available.