Manchester United will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to the King Power Stadium to lock horns with Leicester City on Saturday afternoon.

United, who failed to win any of their three meetings with the Foxes last season, have failed to win their last two league matches, losing 1-0 to Aston Villa, before being held to a 1-1 draw by Everton a week later, on both occasions at Old Trafford.

With that in mind, the international break may have come at the ideal time for United to regroup and take stock of their season so far, which has seen them claim 14 points from their opening seven matches.

Although United will be boosted by the return of Marcus Rashford to their list of attacking options, they will travel to Leicester knowing that the pressure will be on to secure a return to winning ways.

But how do the pundits think the Reds will get on against Brendan Rodgers' side, who have failed to win any of their last four Premier League outings?

Mark Lawrenson - BBC Sport

"Manchester United are without their two first-choice centre-backs, Raphael Varane and Harry Maguire, but it is hardly a crisis because they have got Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly to come in instead," Lawrenson told BBC Sport.

"We will probably see Fred and Scott McTominay paired together in front of them in midfield again to give United more defensive cover but, whoever Ole Gunnar Solskjaer picks, I doubt we will see a swashbuckling attacking display from his side.

"Leicester have got their own problems at the back, with Jonny Evans still doubtful and Wesley Fofana sidelined, but at least they have got Jamie Vardy scoring again even if they are not winning at the moment.

"With Vardy in form, the Foxes always have a chance in games, and I think they will get something here."

Prediction : Leicester 1-1 United

Paul Merson - Sportskeeda

"Manchester United are really struggling, not just in the Premier League," Merson told Sportskeeda. "They’ve won just two of their last six games in all competitions and it doesn’t look to me as if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows what his best team is, which is a massive worry.

"I’m fed up with predicting Manchester United wins in all honesty, so this time I’m going to go for Leicester City to get all three points.

"The away team also have a lot of players out, with Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane ruled out due to injuries. Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly aren’t bad players, but that’s a defensive pairing that hasn’t played together regularly.

"They are also set to come up against one of the liveliest centre forwards in the Premier League in Jamie Vardy, so it could get really tricky for Manchester United.

"If Solskjaer is still in charge by the end of November, Manchester United have done brilliantly. I say this because their fixture list is atrocious, so a loss to start things off against Leicester City could put major pressure on them.

"This is a big spell for Manchester United, so we’ll have to see how it pans out. Manchester United’s midfield combination has been a major talking point in recent weeks.

"I’d pick Scott McTominay as the one just in front of the central defenders, as he is the only one who is disciplined.

"Ahead of him, Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes should play, while the likes of Mason Greenwood, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho should start as a front three.

"They paid all that money for Sancho, so he needs to be given a chance to show his worth in what could be a tricky period of their Premier League season."

Prediction : Leicester 2-1 United.

Michael Owen - BetVictor

“It’s been a difficult run for Leicester, and they’ve not won in the league since August," Owen told BetVictor. "They’ve not played badly but are conceding too many chances and are still too reliant on the talismanic Jamie Vardy to get them goals. I’m confident their form will turn, just not here.

"I didn’t see United’s last two results coming. To pick up just one point from two home games to Aston Villa and Everton is disappointing and the pressure is back on Ole.

"Bruno Fernandes’ form has dried up, and Solskjaer needs to find a way to bring out the best of him and Cristiano Ronaldo.

"When the pressure is on, Ole tends to get a result. Leicester haven’t beaten United at home in the league since 2014, so this is clearly a good matchup for United and despite their injury concerns at the back, I fancy United to narrowly edge this."

Prediction : Leicester 1-2 United.

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