Before the blessed reprieve of the international break — and the senseless, ill-advised additional physical demands on the players traveling to represent their countries — Manchester United have one more big match to navigate: a trip to the King Power Stadium (what a silly-sounding name for a ground) to face Leicester City in the FA Cup quarterfinals. Brendan Rodgers’ Foxes are only a hair behind United in the Premier League table, and look every bit a side that will be in the Champions League next season, so United will be in for a stern test.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer received a much-needed boost on the injury front in midweek, as Paul Pogba returned to action and played the second half in Milan. Pogba bossed the game and scored the winning goal, but it’s not yet clear whether he’s fit enough to play 90 minutes. Donny van de Beek also returned to the squad, but the availability of both Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial is still up in the air.
Premier League schedule
It’s a 18:00 kickoff in the UK, which translates to 1:00 PM on the east coast of the U.S. and a not-unreasonably-early 10:00 AM kickoff on the west.
Premier League channel
BBC One for those in the UK. No TV options those Stateside, unfortunately. Everyone else, head on over to LiveSoccerTV to find your viewing options.
Premier League streaming
BBC Sport Web for those in the UK. In the States, you can catch the action on ESPN+. If you’re in Canada, you can stream the game through DAZN.
Prediction: Dean Henderson; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw; Scott McTominay, Fred; Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James; Anthony Martial.
Update: Pogba starts! Van de Beek starts! Bruno actually gets a rest!
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