The Red Devils started the season with two straight losses, but have since won two straight.
They will go for a third against the Foxes, who are now in the relegation zone.
With a win tonight, United can move within one point of the final Champions League position.
David de Gea has been an undisputed starter in goal this term despite a couple of blunders. The Spaniard should start between the sticks but will have competition in future games with the arrival of Martin Dubravka on loan from Newcastle United.
In front of him, it should be a familiar backline from the last two victories. Diogo Dalot produced a stellar display against Southampton last weekend with a sublime cross for Bruno Fernandes’ winner while making a clearance off the line at the end.
The front three should be identical to recent outings. Antony has not been registered in time for the game and he could potentially make his debut against Arsenal. Jadon Sancho and Anthony Elanga should continue in the wide attacking positions.
Erik ten Hag refused to categorically rule out Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit yesterday but said that the Red Devils need more quality to maintain consistency. The Portuguese looks set to stay until January at least.
Despite this, we don’t see him starting over Marcus Rashford. The England star has been playing with a renewed confidence in recent games and could be tasked to lead the line with his pace while Ronaldo could be called upon during the closing stages.