Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial injury updates before Leicester

Leicester vs Manchester United
Man United will be looking to return to winning ways at Leicester on Sunday.
Burnley held Man United to a 2-2 draw last time out, which was the first time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had failed to win since taking over from Jose Mourinho as interim manager.
Leicester held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at Anfield in midweek.
That draw arrested a run of three defeat for the Foxes.
Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial injury updates
Both Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial have been in superb form since Solskjaer took charge with the later recently signing a new contract.
However both players have been injury doubts before Leicester.
Pogba was injured in the Burnley match, while Martial missed that game altogether.
In Solskjaer’s presser before the Leicester match, the United boss indicated that both players could be involved against the Foxes.

Double injury boost. “We’ve not had a proper session since the game, so hopefully [Pogba and Martial] can get through that. I don’t think there’s anything with Paul. Anthony has done some rehab work, so I would imagine he would be available to be involved. He seemed happy.” #MUFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) February 1, 2019

On Saturday night, Man United travelled to Leicester for Sunday’s game.
In good news for United fans, both Pogba and Martial were with the United squad.

Martial and Pogba part of the travelling group. #MUFC #LCFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) February 2, 2019

Man United’s squad vs Leicester
The following set of players were spotted travelling to the King Power Stadium:
Goalkeepers: De Gea, Romero, Grant
Defenders: Lindelof, Young, Bailly, Shaw, Dalot, Jones
Midfielders: Pogba, Herrera, Mata, Fred, Matic, Lingard
Forwards: Martial, Lukaku, Sanchez, Rashford
Also see: Leicester vs Manchester United betting tips: Premier League match preview & predictions.
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