Manchester United may have taken its time to hit top gear in the Premier League this season but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side could find itself in second place and within two points of leader Liverpool with a win at Leicester City on Saturday.

Solskjaer faced questions over his future after United’s Champions League exit in the group stage and its struggles at home but the Norwegian has overseen six wins and a draw in seven league games to take his side up to third place with 26 points.

Having shaken off the cobwebs with a 6-2 home win against bitter rival Leeds United last weekend, United will bank on its 100% away record when it travels to Leicester, who is a point above Solskjaer’s team but has played a game more.

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