Claudio Ranieri is set to face Louis Van Gaal’s side this weekend, as both managers will clash in a decisive match that will determine how soon Leicester City will be crowned champions of England in their match against Manchester United.
Leicester City are title leaders, a win on Sunday against Van Gaal’s United will automatically make them premier league champions while a draw or lose will definitely delay or deny them that opportunity depending on the outcome of their last two games.
Ranieri’s men who are seated on top have 76 points, a win will put them on 79, and that will definitely make it practically impossible for a Tottenham who trail Leicester City with seven points apart to make any difference even if Leicester lose their remaining two matches.
However, United who still have an outstanding game will be also looking up to beat Leicester City, with hope that Arsenal or Manchester City who are both tied on points and are trailed by United could lose any of their matches and that will certainly give them an opportunity to finish top four.
But realistically speaking, the most difficult thing right now in the premier league is for Leicester not to win the premier league title.