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Leicester must wait for the title after draw at Old Trafford. Getty
  • Draw at Old Trafford means Foxes must wait for the title
  • Leicester will be crowned champions if Tottenham fail to beat Chelsea on Monday
  • Anthony Martial and Wes Morgan on the scoresheet,Danny Drinkwater sent off
  • Marouane Fellaini facing possible ban after elbow on Robert Huth

Leicester won't be lifting the Premier League title today. A draw at Old Trafford means it isn't quite over for Tottenham yet, but if they fail to win tomorrow at Chelsea, the Foxes will be champions.

FULL TIME: Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City

Blind blocks of Ulloa and Leicester will take their time over this free kick.

Schmeichel has to come sliding out of goal to intercept Rooney!

Blind tries to thread one through for Memphis but Huth's touch takes it just away from him and into the path of Schmeichel. Leicester look they are settling for the draw.

Four minutes of time added on.

Depay drives a weak free kick into the wall that falls to Rooney, who tries to curl one into the top corner from distance, but Schmeichel reads it all the way and saves.

Rooney curls the free kick in but it is punched away by Schmiechel. The ball is swung back out to Memphis who cuts in from the left, shaping to shoot, but is body checked on his way. Another United free kick.

Before the free kick is taken, Andy King is coming onto replace Mahrez.

Drinkwater is gone! Memphis plays a neat one two with Herrera down the left and continues his run into the box. The Leicester midfielder looks to haul him down in the box, but referee Michael Oliver says it was outside.

RED CARD - Danny Drinkwater

Rooney takes it but lifts it harmlessly into Schmiechel's waiting arms.

United win a free kick out on the left. Chris Smalling is up again, having hit the post earlier.

Just over five minutes of this match remaining.

Another change for United, Rashford is replaced by Memphis Depay.

Oh dear, Ulloa. Mahrez floats a fine ball into the box where the Leicester striker is standing unmarked, but makes a right mess of his attempted volley

Close from Smalling! Rooney curls a ball into the box where the centre half is lurking and meets it with a fine header that flashes just wide of Schmeichel's near post.

Marc Albrighton is now on having replaced Schlupp.

Martial sprints down the left and causes panic in the Leicester defence before driving an effort across goal, but it deflects wide and drifts out for a throw in.

That's the last we will see of Fellaini, Ander Herrera is onto replace him.

Martial dances into the box but his effort is charged down by Huth. Rojo picks the ball up out on the left and his cross falls into the lap of Fellaini inside the six yard area, but he uses his hand to control it.

United's passing has been appalling at times in this half. It really has been a woeful second for them despite that excellent start.

Mahrez dances in from the right, beating Rojo, Carrick and Fellaini with ease before rifling a shot on goal with his left foot, but it a comfortable save for De Gea.

Blind lifts a corner kick that Fellaini meets having ghosted in behind Ulloa, but he nods just wide of the far post.

Demarai Gray is on, he replaces Okazaki.

Rooney talks (or shouts and swears, to be more precise) his way into a booking.

United have been pretty woeful in this second half. Leicester have won literally every header from a set play and look the more likely to score now.

Drinkwater lifts the free kick in and Ulloa meets it again, but doesn't get the right connection and powers a header wide.

Mahrez is brilliant. He nutegs Rojo, cuts past Carrick and beats Rojo for a second time, just to rub it in before winning a free kick.

First change for United, Juan Mata comes onto replace Lingard.

Leicester try to pass their way out of the back and Martial and Rashford hound them into making a mistake. Fellani helps usher the ball back across to Rooney who tries a Cantona-esque chip, but it is a poor effort that sails over.

And now Drinkwater is shown a yellow card after pulling back Rashford down the left flank.

Carrick is screaming for the ball and when he finally gets it, his first touch on the turn is dreadful. It invites Mahrez onto the loose ball and Carrick cuts him down, earning himself a booking.

Lingard dances in from the left and tries to bend one into the top corner, but it is too close to Schmeichel who plucks it out of the air.

Ulloa meets it again but Martial scoops it clear.

A long ball comes into Ulloa who holds off Smalling before firing on goal. It takes a deflection that sends it wide for another corner.

Lingard is shown a yellow card for a late challenge on Schlupp.

Close from Leicester! Simpson wins the ball on the half way line and continues his run, breaking down the right at pace. He slides a ball across the box with Okazaki lurking but Blind just about turns it away for a corner. Mahrez lifts it in, but Ulloa nods over.

Rooney tries to slide a ball through for Rashford but it's a pretty woeful attempt and Schlupp can bring the ball forward.

Brilliant footwork from Martial in the box, wriggling his way past Drinkwater, but he can't quite wrap his foot around his curled effort and fires over the bar.

Leicester swing another corner in and, surprise surprise, it is Wes Morgan on the end of it again. Nods down but the bounce takes the pace of it and De Gea collects.

And Leicester get us back underway for the second half. One more goal will do it for them.

A breathless first half comes to a close. Manchester United started wonderfully, but Anthony Martial's fine opener was cancelled out by Wes Morgan's header.

Leicester will feel they should have had a penalty after Riyad Mahrez was floored in the box by Marcos Rojo. They might also feel they should be playing against 10 men after Fellaini landed an elbow on Robert Huth, but referee Michael Oliver took no action on both occasions. As it stands, the Foxes will not be crowned champions this afternoon.

HALF TIME: Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City

Just one minute of time added on as we approach half time.

Wes Morgan
Morgan equalises for Leicester at Old Trafford. Getty

Captain Morgan equalised for Leicester and has been a threat from set pieces ever since.

Valencia lashes a shot on goal from the right that Huth sticks out a boot to block. United corner.

Schlupp almost catches De Gea out with a looping effort but the Spaniard claws the ball out from just under the bar. It falls to Mahrez just inside the box and he takes on Rojo, only to be blocked off by the Argentine. Surely that's a penalty? Michael Oliver waves away the appeals and urges Mahrez to get up.

Leicester spring forward on the counter through Mahrez, who lifts in a wonderful cross from the right straight to Ulloa, but he mistimes his his leap and nods over.

Simpson makes a horrible mess of a simple pass on the half way line and Lingard jumps onto it. He breaks forward and it's a straight race between the two, who are grappling with each other all the way as they reach the box. Lingard goes down, but Michael Oliver waves play on. It looked a fair decision, Simpson did very well to catch up there.

Mahrez turns brilliantly on the edge of the box and lays it off to Schlupp who takes the shot on, but Valencia leaps across to make an important block. Leicester corner.

Leicester are camped in their own half at the minute but United have lost a bit of that verve they started the match with.

Robert Huth and Fellaini are at it, the Leicester defender appears to have a pull on the Belgian's hair and gets an elbow in the mush for his trouble. Michael Oliver takes no action against either man, but the United midfielder could be in trouble for that if retrospective action is taken.

It's been a frenetic opening 20 minutes here. Moments ago Rooney tried his luck from range only to drag his effort wide, before Martial drove through the Leicester defence only for his final ball to let him down. Going to put my neck on the line here and say there might be another goal in this one.

Leicester are level! From a free kick, Danny Drinkwater lifts a gentle ball into the six yard box that has United panicking. Morgan loses Morgan too easily and the Leicester skipper nods in from close range.

Goal! Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City (Wes Morgan, 16)

Anthony Martial
Martial gives United the lead at Old Trafford. Getty

Martial is at it again for United.

Great save from Schmeichel! Rojo lifts a ball over to the far post that Fellaini takes down on his chest and nudges into the path of Lingard. He drives a low effort towards the bottom corner but the Leicester goalkeeper is down sharply to keep it out.

Half a chance for Okazaki. Mahrez creeps inside the box and dinks a ball across from the byline. It looked like it was intended for Ulloa at the far post, but the Japan international leaps toward it and nods over.

Martial gives United the lead! Lingard drives forward again before freeing Valencia down the right. His first touch takes the ball inside Fuchs and his cross just evades Rashford in the box, but Martial comes in behind him to sweep the ball under Schmeichel. Wonderfully cool finish, United are spoiling the party at the moment.

Goal! Manchester United 1-0 Leicester City (Anthony Martial, 7)

Fellaini concedes a free kick and, for once, he is hard done by. Ulloa muscles Blind off the ball but the big Belgian catches up with him and gets his toe on the ball with a clean challenge. Leicester don't make anything from the free kick however and United have it back instantly.

Lingard drives at the Leicester defence before laying the ball off to Rashford on the edge of the box. He smashes a low effort on goal but Wes Morgan blocks.

United have started the far better of the two sides, applying early pressure with Leicester barely able to get out of their own half.

And United get us underway.

Almost ready to go at Old Trafford, the teams are out and Leicester are 90 minutes away from Premier League title glory.

It's full-time at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea have beaten Liverpool 3-1 and secured their Premier League status for another season.

Danny Drinkwater and Danny Simpson no doubt dreamt of lifting the Premier League title at Old Trafford. They probably didn't think it would be with Leicester, mind.

Danny Drinkwater
Danny Simpson

Danny Drinkwater and Danny Simpson no doubt dreamt of lifting the Premier League title at Old Trafford. They probably didn't think it would be with Leicester, mind.

Danny Drinkwater
Danny Simpson
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha arrives at Old Trafford. Getty

Leicester chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is in the house this afternoon. Following the club's promotion to the top flight in 2014, he revealed the club's master plan; a top five finish within three years with a budget of £180m. They are now on the brink of winning the league having spent £55m. Not bad.

Leicester need three points from their remaining three games to win the league. Even if they don't do it today, surely it is now written in the stars. The romantic narrative of the most unlikely of sporting achievements will be hard to escape from for some time. And for good reason. In a game where disillusionment is so easy to come by, it's nice to have something that, for once, defies logic in a good way. This season, the elite Premier League cartel has been rocked like we have never seen in the modern era. It's going to be one hell of a party.

Timothy Fosu-Mensah has paid the price for giving away a penalty last week, it seems. He drops to the bench this afternoon alongside both Juan Mata and Ander Herrera.

Leicester meanwhile are unchanged from the side that thrashed Swansea 4-0 last time out.

BREAKING: Timothy Fosu-Mensah is replaced by Antonio Valencia in the one change made by Louis van Gaal this afternoon.

Man Utd team to face Leicester: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Blind, Rojo, Carrick, Fellaini, Lingard, Rooney, Martial, Rashford.

Subs: Romero, Darmian, Fosu-Mensah, Herrera, Mata, Schneiderlin, Memphis.

BREAKING: Leonardo Ulloa comes in for the suspended Jamie Vardy. Schlupp starts ahead of Marc Albrighton.

Leicester team to face Man Utd: City: Schmeichel, Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Fuchs, Mahrez, Kanté, Drinkwater, Schlupp, Okazaki, Ulloa

Subs: King, Albrighton, Amartey, Gray, Wasilewski, Chilwell, Schwarzer

Elsewhere this afternoon, Swansea are hosting Liverpool at the Liberty Stadium. After losing in the last minute away to Villarreal on Thursday, Jurgen Klopp's week isn't looking much better; they trail 2-0 , the first goal from another set play.

Claudio Ranieri has been cool as a cucumber all season, why would he change now?

I feel it's very important to be concentrated, because the story is fantastic, but we have to be focused on the match. "Now is the real chance to win the title, next season you never know what will happen – once in a lifetime. I believe next season Manchester United will be at the top, Chelsea at the top, Arsenal at the top...and we will be fighting.

While all focus will be on Leicester this afternoon, United are still within touching distance of a top four finish. With West Ham United winning on Saturday, they currently sit fifth, five points adrift of four place Manchester City, who are in action against Southampton later this afternoon.

Team news: Leicester City

Jamie Vardy will miss the party this afternoon; he serves an additional one-match ban handed down after his angry reaction to being sent off against West Ham. Leonardo Ulloa will come into replace him.

Team news: Manchester United

Louis van Gaal has no fresh injury concerns this afternoon and could name the same team that beat Everton in their FA Cup semi-final last week. Luke Shaw, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Will Keane remain out. Timothy Fosu-Mensah, who was taken off during the win over the Toffees after giving away a penalty, will be hoping to retain his place in the starting XI.

Here we are then. Leicester City are a few hours away from being crowned champions. What better way to crown their incredible story with victory over the Premier League's most successful side?

It's not very often Manchester United are the sideshow. That's the role they are playing today. While they have their own top four aspirations, all eyes will be on the Foxes today. One of the most remarkable successes in sporting history awaits.