Leicester vs Man Utd

Everything is at stake for Leicester and Manchester United ahead of their Champions League shoot-out at the King Power Stadium on Sunday. Ideally managers would like the pressure to be off heading into the last game of the season, but neither Brendan Rodgers' nor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can afford an adverse result this weekend.

United know they only need to avoid defeat to secure a top four finish, while a win for Leicester would guarantee them Champions League football for next season. A draw may even suit the Foxes, but they would then need a favour from Wolves away to Chelsea. 

With so much on the line for both sides, we have delved into the statistics and teamed up with Sky Bet for a juicy 50/1 Request-A-Bet.

Jamie Vardy to score anytime 

Leicester manager Rodgers has lauded Jamie Vardy as a big game player ahead of Sunday's crunch match and the numbers certainly back up his claim. Vardy's favourite opponents, in terms of most goals scored against in his career, are Arsenal (10), Bournemouth (7), Liverpool and Manchester City (both 6). 

The Golden Boot leader also does well against United, with a return of five goals in 11 career appearances. It's even more impressive when you filter out trips to Old Trafford (4 goals in six matches). For all of United's improvements since the restart, they have been guilty of complacency on occasion and the creators of their own downfall. Solskjaer has warned his players against that but any slip-ups and Vardy will be ready to pounce. 

United to be awarded a penalty 

Manchester United's penalty success this season is well-documented. The Red Devils have remarkably been awarded 19 spot-kicks in all competitions this season and it came as a shock when they conceded one to West Ham in midweek. 

Penalty duty is being shared by Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes at the moment and both will have their eye on converting from 12 yards against Leicester on Sunday. United have been awarded a league-high 11 penalties this season, while Leicester have conceded a league-high nine. 

Aaron Wan-Bissaka to be carded 

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is widely regarded as the best defensive full-back in the Premier League. He averages 3.6 tackles per game and has a remarkable tackle success rate of 84.9%. However, Wan-Bissaka has managed fewer successful tackles than his average in three of his last four appearances and has notably looked fatigued in United's recent games. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hoped to give Wan-Bissaka the week off to be 100 per cent for this match but he was required to come on at half-time in United's 1-1 draw with West Ham on Wednesday night. Not ideal preparation ahead of such an important game. Moreover, six of Wan-Bissaka's last seven yellow cards have come away from home this season and he has been carded in each of United's last two away games.