Leicester and Manchester United go head to head in the Premier League on Saturday early kick-off 12.30pm.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy will be fit to face Manchester United in the Premier League on Boxing Day after coming off with a minor groin problem in Leicester’s win at Tottenham.
Caglar Soyuncu is touch and go with a groin injury, although if he misses out on Saturday he is likely to be available for Monday’s trip to Crystal Palace.
Ricardo Pereira remains out with his own groin issue after picking it up during his comeback from a serious knee injury.
Manchester United will check on the fitness of Scott McTominay and Aaron Wan-Bissaka ahead of the trip to the King Power Stadium.
Midfielder McTominay also suffered a groin injury in United’s win over Leeds last weekend – in which he scored twice – while right-back Wan-Bissaka missed the midweek game at Everton with a knock.
Defenders Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo remain long-term absentees.
United have been formidable playing away from home and seat one point behind Leicester with a game in hand.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be looking to beat the Foxes and make their intentions to winning the League loud and clear.
Which team will emerge victorious?