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18:40  03 february  2019
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Two Leicester games picked for Sky Sports coverage

Two Leicester games picked for Sky Sports coverage Leicester’s Premier League games against Tottenham and Manchester United have both been picked up for Sky Sports coverage in the coming weeks. Twitter: BREAKING: Premier League TV fixtures for March announced (@MirrorFootball) Manchester United will now come to The King Power on Sunday 3rd February, with kick off being moved to 2:05pm. The pair faced each other in the opening match of the Premier League season in August, with Manchester United winning 2-1 on the night. Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw gave United a 2-0 lead, before Jamie Vardy halved he deficit in added time towards the end of the match.

Manchester United beat Leicester City 2-1 in the first Premier League game of the season. Here is my match report and player ratings for Man Utd and Leicester City. Luke Shaw scored the winner as Manchester United picked up the three points on the opening game of the season.

Manchester United will spend Christmas an eye-watering 13 points behind runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City after Harry Maguire secured Leicester a draw with a last-gasp goal. Share or comment on this article: Leicester City 2-2 Manchester United PLAYER RATINGS .

Leicester player ratings: Manchester United (H) © Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport Leicester City v Manchester United - Premier League

Leicester City were made to pay for poor defending early on as they lost 1-0 to Manchester United on Sunday.

Marcus Rashford opened the scoring in the first 15 minutes as he latched onto a Paul Pogba ball over the top and clinically dispatched it into the bottom corner.

Jamie Vardy had a few chances to snatch a point late on, but Leicester were ultimately unable to get anything from the game.

Here is how we rated their players…

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