Leicester and Manchester United go head-to-head in the FA Cup quarter-finals this evening.
Leicester beat Brighton in the last round while Man United edged past West Ham to set up this tie.
These two sides are separated by just a point in the Premier League table and are both eager to secure a top-four finish this season.
They drew in a 2-2 thriller on Boxing Day and will now face off for a place in the cup semi-finals.
The draw for the final four will be made during at half-time of this match.
Leicester v Man United: How to listen
This quarter-final tie will get under way at 5pm on Sunday, March 21.
Full coverage from the King Power will be live on talkSPORT, with our pre-match build-up starting at 4pm.
Mark Saggers will be your host and commentary will come from Jim Proudfoot and Dean Ashton.
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Leicester v Man United: Team news
Leicester: Schmeichel, Soyuncu, Evans, Fofana, Castagne, Tielemans, Ndidi, Albrighton, Perez, Vardy, Iheanacho.
Subs: Ward, Amartey, Choudhury, Mendy, Praet, Fuchs, Thomas, Leshabela, Daley-Campbell.
Man United: Henderson, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Telles, Fred, Matic, Greenwood, Pogba, Van de Beek, Martial.
Subs: De Gea, Cavani, Fernandes, Diallo, James, Shaw, Williams, Tuanzebe, McTominay.
Referee: Craig Pawson
Leicester v Man United: What has been said?
Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “I spoke about it a few days ago about trophies, sometimes it can hide the fact what you’re doing in the background.
“But I feel we are improving all the time and we’re getting closer and to win a trophy could be a boost for everyone, yes.
“We’ve had this before when we won the Carling Cup in the 2006 season with Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra, their first wins and it was the first of many.
“We feel, or we hope, a trophy can be a catalyst of more to come.”
Leicester v Man United: Match facts
- Manchester United have won each of the previous two FA Cup clashes with Leicester City, a 2-1 win in the fifth round in 1976 and a 3-1 victory in the 1963 final of the competition – lifting the trophy for the third time.
- Leicester have won just one of their last 25 meetings with Manchester United in all competitions (D5 L19), and none of the last 13 (D4 L9) since a 5-3 win at home in September 2014 in the Premier League.
- Manchester United are looking to reach the FA Cup semi-finals for a record 31st time, with the Red Devils currently level with Arsenal on appearances in the last four of the competition.
- Leicester, who have lost each of their last five quarter-final ties in the FA Cup, last reached the semi-final of the competition back in 1982, when they lost 0-2 to eventual winners Tottenham Hotspur at Villa Park.
- Leicester have won six of their last eight FA Cup matches on home soil (L2), though both of their defeats across this run have come at the quarter-final stage against Chelsea, in 2017-18 and 2019-20.
- Manchester United have won 12 of their last 15 FA Cup matches away from home (D1 L2), with their two defeats during this run coming at the quarter-final stage, versus Chelsea in 2016-17 and Wolves in 2018-19.
- Excluding own goals, only Bristol Rovers and Spurs (9) have had more different goalscorers in this season’s FA Cup than Leicester City, with each of their eight goals coming from a different player (Justin, Albrighton, Pérez, Barnes, Ünder, Tielemans, Maddison & Iheanacho).
- Only against Brighton (5) and Southampton (6) has Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær taken charge of more matches at English clubs without losing than he has versus Leicester (P4 W3 D1 L0).