Leicester City are unbeaten in their last three competitive clashes with the Red Devils, but Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side have been boosted by the recent arrivals of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphaël Varane and Jadon Sancho. Ahead of Saturday's 3pm kick-off, here's everything you need to know...
Who's starring on LCFC TV?
Former Leicester captain Matt Elliott stars across LCFC Radio's four-hour coverage.
From 1:30pm on Saturday, LCFC Radio's Matchday Live coverage begins, with presenter Dan Bates set to be joined by former Fox Matt Elliott for 90 minutes of previews and opinions, alongside co-commentator Gerry Taggart, who will be positioned in the Filbert Way pressbox.
From around 2:50pm, Taggart and commentator John Dunn will be hand to talk the Blue Army through all the action in the East Midlands, before another 30 minutes of reaction, including Elliott. All pre and post-match coverage will be available across @LCFC social media.
In-play commentary, on the other hand, can be located, for free, on the LCFC.com Match Centre.
What's the officiating team?
The referee for the clash with Manchester United will be Craig Pawson.
Referee Craig Pawson is the man in the middle on Saturday, assisted by Lee Betts and Dan Robathan. The fourth official, meanwhile, is Andy Madley. VAR will be overseen by Darren England, who will be assisted by Eddie Smart.
When does everything happen?
King Power Stadium
The home of the Foxes is primed for another Premier League matchday.
As the Foxes host the Red Devils, here are your key matchday timings...
|Matchday Live starts on LCFC TV||1:30pm|
|Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media||2pm|
|Commentary starts on LCFC Radio||2:50pm|
|Two-minute goals video on LCFC TV||7pm|
|Short highlights and clips available on @LCFC social media||10pm|
|Match of the Day starts on BBC One*||10:30pm|
|Full highlights on LCFC TV||12am (Sunday)|
* UK only.
What happened last time against Man Utd?
Kelechi Iheanacho, so often a threat in the FA Cup, scored a brace for Leicester against Man Utd last season.
The Red Devils were the opponents in the last-eight with City looking to reach a first semi-final in the competition for 39 years. Man Utd, on the other hand, were 12-time winners of the FA Cup, but they fell behind on 24 minutes as Kelechi Iheanacho seized on Fred's backpass to slot past David de Gea.
Mason Greenwood got the visitors back on level terms before the break, but Youri Tielemans - Leicester's eventual hero in the final - struck from outside the area to put City back in the ascendancy. Iheanacho, on the other hand, hit a third with 12 minutes remaining to continue the Foxes' FA Cup adventure.
How can I watch the game?
The Foxes faithful will be out in force on Filbert Way this weekend.
The following TV stations from around the world will be housing live coverage of the action...
|Australia||Optus Sport||1am (Sunday)|
|New Zealand||Spark Sports||3am (Sunday)|
|South Africa||Super Sport||4pm|
|United States||USA Network & Universo||10am|
Can't see your country above? Click HERE for the Premier League's full schedules.
When can I catch match highlights?
Jamie Vardy bagged a brace for City in their last league outing at King Power Stadium.
Leicester City's official social media channels, meanwhile, will post short clips from the day's action from 10pm on Sunday evening, while extended match highlights will be published on LCFC.com from midnight (12am) on Monday following the fixture.
All times BST unless stated otherwise.
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