Evening all and welcome to Manchester United v Leicester City!
Premier League / Matchday 36
Old Trafford / 11.05.2021
Right then, thanks for your company - ta-ra.
That's a huge result for Leicester, who are very close to the Champions League now - they got a big helping hand from the fixture list, but they won't care, and can now look forward to the cup final on Saturday.
Full-time: Manchester United 1-2 Leicester City - Manchester City are champions of England!
I agree with this. I'd like to have seen more of him this season, but now Bailly has signed a new deal I'm not sure what his future is because he can't be fourth-choice at this point.
There'll be three added minutes.
Williams does well down the right, showing good strength to ride Soyuncu's challenge before slinging over a decent cross. But the number of bodies between him and it mean Rashford can't get a proper look at it, and he brushes a header so gentle the ball doesn't even go behind.
Axel Tuanzebe has played pretty well tonight, that early ricket aside. He's looked more solid than Bailly.
But they're trying, Cavani winning a corner down the right ... which Albrighton heads clear.
If United don't score in the next three minutes plus injury-time, Manchester City will be champions of England.
Leicester have dropped now, inviting United to pass through them. That does not look likely.
United win a corner down the right, and Ndidi gets up really well to head clear.
Better from United, Telles sliding Mata in down the left side of the box. He has a look and cuts back to no one, but with Cavani sniffing the ball drops to Fernandes who, on the run, lashes a slice that flies wide. He was under pressure, but you expected him to score there.
I'm surprised United picked such a slow midfield. I thought Fred might've played this one, then not on Thursday.
United have mustered almost nothing since falling behind.
Choudhury replaces Vardy.
United send on Fernandes for Amad.
Albrighton slides the ball square and Maddison checks inside Van de Beek onto his right foot - that's poor from the United man - before driving wide.
Maddison robs Williams, who's been poor, and eventually the ball finds its way to Vardy who stands up a cross. Underneath it, Iheanacho prepares for an overhead, but Telles is there to nudge clear.
Telles gets space down the left to sling over a cross as Cavani attacks the front post, but he sticks far too much on it.
I'm surprised Solskjaer sent Rashford on, given how injured he's looked for how much of the season. But beyond that, midfield is United's problem - their three are too slow - and they still are.