Manchester United have already been beaten at home once by a mid-table Premier League side – and that was before they had an injury crisis.
Manchester United showed so much promise in the opening game of the Premier League season, didn’t they?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side utterly dismantled Frank Lampard’s Chelsea at Old Trafford in a glorious 4-0 victory in which they hardly put a foot wrong.
However, the Red Devils went on to lose 2-1 to Crystal Palace in their following home fixture – a disastrous result which showed that United are still very much a troubled side.
United are back at home to play against Brendan Rogers’ Leicester City. But which side will turn up? The one that battered the Blues, or the one humbled by the Eagles?