Leicester v Manchester United: Premier League – live!

26 July 2020 02:00
Updates from the 4pm BST kick-off at the King Power StadiumSolskjær warns ‘one lapse’ could cost Champions League spotSend your thoughts to Rob here 12.43pm BST Hello. After barely 18 months in charge, Brendan Rodgers and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have taken Leicester and Manchester United to a Champions League final. Sure, if you really want to nitpick, it’s a final to decide who plays in the Champions League rather than who wins it. But it’s still progress for both clubs.There is a small chance both sides will qualify, but that’s only if they draw and Wolves win at Stamford Bridge. The likelihood is that this will be a straight shootout. United have the draw but they also have the pressure, having reeled Leicester in since they were 14 points behind at the start of February. Leicester have nothing to lose, because many people think they’ve already lost the Champions League place that seemed a sure thing when they made such a spectacular start to the season. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian