Manchester United
Louis van Gaal will be keen to deny Leicester City the chance to wrap up the Premier League title at Old Trafford on Sunday (1 May) Getty

Louis van Gaal does not have any fresh injury concerns ahead of Manchester United's clash against title chasers Leicester City on Sunday (1 May) apart from the quartet of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw, Will Keane and Adnan Januzaj, who missed their win over Everton in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. The Foxes are a win away from securing the Premier League title and will be gunning for victory at Old Trafford, but will have their task cut out against the Red Devils.

The 20-time English champions are still in the running for a place in the top four as they seek to qualify for next season's Champions League. They are currently in the fifth place, five points behind Arsenal in fourth, but have a game in hand over the Gunners, which can help them close the gap to two points. Arsene Wenger's team have to travel to the Etihad Stadium for a clash against Manchester City on the penultimate weekend, which will be crucial for all three teams involved in the race and could decide the final pecking order behind the top two of Leicester and Tottenham Hotspur.

Wayne Rooney is likely to continue in his midfield role for the visit of Claudio Ranieri's team, a position he has become familiar with under Van Gaal. The Dutch manager is not willing to replace Marcus Rashford, who has made the No 9 role his own following his breakthrough into the first-team during their Europa League clash against FC Midtjylland.

"Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw and Will Keane are all still sidelined due to their injuries. Adnan Januzaj has also been out of action due to injury, while Andreas Pereira will hope for a recall to the squad after not featuring for the Under-21s on Monday," a statement on United's official site reads.