Premier League Preview: Leicester City v Manchester United

The Foxes edged out a 2-0 win over Tottenham last time out and boss Brendan Rodgers is set to stick with the majority of his team against United.

Star man Jamie Vardy did go off in the final minutes against Spurs, but he should be OK to play with the returning Christian Fuchs in line to replace Timothy Castagne in defence.

For United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unlikely to make too many changes to his own winning team after they thrashed Leeds 6-2.

Scott McTominay was the goal scoring hero against Marcelo Bielsa’s side, but a groin injury will keep him out of this one, with Donny van de Beek set to fill in and Alex Telles replacing Luke Shaw at left back.

And it’s an early start on Boxing Day at the King Power Stadium with a 12.30pm kick off.

Premier League Preview: Arsenal v Leicester City

The Gunners have endured a mixed start to the campaign so far with three wins balanced against defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City.

Mikel Arteta should have the bulk of his squad available for this game with Willian and Dani Ceballos both returning to training this weekend.

For the visitors, Rodgers is boosted by the return of star man Jamie Vardy following a calf injury.

Daniel Amartey is ruled out with a thigh problem he picked up last weekend meaning that Rodgers only has five fit defenders for the weeks ahead.

Kick off is a late one on Sunday night with a 7.15pm start at the Emirates Stadium.