Complete match preview, time and telecast channels of Leicester City vs Manchester United upcoming match of the 2014–15 Premier League season. Louis Van Gaal’s new men provided some hopes of getting back winning track after great win over Queens Park Rangers in last match day. This game will be played at King Power Stadium, the home ground of Leicester City.
Leicester City vs Manchester United Time, Telecast
|Competition||Premier League 2014–15|
|Date||21 Sept [GMT & IST]|
|Time||12.30 [GMT]. 6.00pm [IST]|
|Stadium||King Power Stadium|
|Home team||The Foxes|
|Away team||The Red Devils|
|Star Sports 4, NOW TV, ESPN + Sur,|
Premier league pass
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD / 30
Germany: Sky Sports 1 / HD
Sweden: Viasat fotbol / HD
Argentina: ESPN + Sur, ESPN + Andina
Canada: TSN2, TSN GO
New Zealand: Premier league pass
Norway: TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport Premium
Finland: MTV3 MAX sport 1, Katsomo
Austria: Sky sports 2 / HD
India: Star Sports 4, Star Sports 4 HD
Croatia: Sportklub 1 Croatia
France: Canal+ Sport
South Africa: Supersport 3 Africa
Denmark: TV 3 Sport 2, Viaplay Denmark
United States: NBCSN, SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports live extra
Australia: Fox Sports 3 Australia, FOX Sports EPL on Demand
Leicester City vs Man United 2014 Match Preview
Possible Line ups
Leicester City: Hamer, Konchesky, Morgan, De Laet, Moore, King, Hammond, Nugent, Ulloa, Mahrez, Schulpp (Manager :Nigel Pearson )
Manchester United: De Gea, Rafael, Rojo, Blackett, Shaw, Herrera, Blind, Di Maria, Mata, Rooney, Falcao (Manager : Louis Van Gaal).
The Spanish midfielder Juan Mata is very impressed with the performance of Argentine midfielder Angel di Maria. Both of them enjoyed a decent game together with team at their home ground against last week.
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Manchester United made perfect come back in last week with the likes of Di Maria, Rojo, Herera, Falcao and Blind were unleashed at Old Trafford to give Louis Van Gaal his first win the Premier League. With a relieving and appeasing 4–0 win over QPR on Sunday. The Red Devils are looking to carry on the momentum in the premier league to see off the likes of Leicester City in the coming Sunday.
Newly promoted side Leicester City have shown high caliber in all games played so far in the Premier League this season. With his team winning the first confidence-building match in the league. Nigel Pearson prepares to see off Manchester United at the Kings Power Stadium, as the Foxes look to upset the revamped Devils in East England on Sunday.