Manchester United vs Leicester City is one of the more entertaining fixtures that can possibly take place in any campaign as it pits two Premier League champions up against each other as they both continue to look for title wins and spots in European football in the following campaign.
The Red Devils are a household name as they are one of the world’s most successful football clubs, let alone just in England’s Premier League. The club, which was once managed by the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, has won the top trophy in England more than 20 times, as well as having won the Champions League - Europe’s elite club competition - more than a couple of times.
To add to their legendary status, Manchester United play their home games at the iconic Old Trafford. The Theatre of Dreams is the biggest stadium in club football within England, with a capacity of 74,879 able to experience each match when they take place in Manchester.
Manchester United versus Leicester always promises to be a thrilling watch when the two meet, with the Red Devils seeming to have had the Foxes number over the last few years, as positive results can normally be expected by those in red.Results at Old Trafford have included 2-1, 3-1 and 4-1 wins; therefore making it a game that will leave fans with a positive memory.
Those games have seen a number of superstars take part, with huge names such as Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as well as the likes of Jamie Vardy, James Maddison and legendary Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel’s son, Kasper.
Historically, Manchester United vs Leicester looks to be a fixture that will always promise those that do attend Old Trafford that they will be able to see the hosts pick up a win, whilst there is some precedent that there will be a number of goals involved as well for good measure, therefore making it game fans need to witness live in attendance.
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Below you can find how the cost of Manchester United vs Leicester City tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Manchester United vs Leicester City ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2020||£298|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2020||£267|
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2019||£220|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2019||£208|
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2018||£273|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2018||£201|
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2017||£298|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2017||£250|
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2016||£218|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2016||£283|
|Manchester United vs Leicester City||Manchester||2015||£262|
|Leicester City vs Manchester United||Leicester||2015||£285|
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