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Community Shield: Leicester v Man United

Football Betting

Last seasons surprise Premier League champions Leicester take on FA Cup winners Man United in Sunday’s Community Shield at Wembley Stadium.

Leicester v Man United is also live on SkySports 1 at 15:00 and bookies offer plenty of generous free bets, betting offers and boosted odds on the match.

Leicester v Man United

Man United, who have racked up 20 Community Shield wins, are the online bookies favourites, however Leicester will be hoping to secure their 2nd title in 3 months!

Both matches between these two teams ended in draws last season, and Leicester City could easily lift the Community Shield if they continue their impressive form.

We've taken a look at the online bookies offering the best betting odds and free bets for the 2016 Community Shield between Leicester and Man United below.

Leicester's Best Odds: 3/1

If you think Leicester will walk away from Wembley with the Community Shield on Sunday then Ladbrokes offers the best odds on the outcome at 3/1.

Leicester had an amazing 2015/16 season, taking their first ever Premier League title and making it through to what is only their 2nd Community Shield.

The last time they made it to the Community Shield was way back in 1971, when they took on, and beat, Liverpool to claim an unexpected victory.

Even though Leicester have held Man United to a draw in their last 2 games, they haven’t always had a strong record against them, only winning 1 of their last 15 games.

Claudio Ranieri’s men are hoping to start the 2016/17 season in style, but they’ll have a tough game on their hands against Man United and new manager Jose Mourinho.

Man United's Best Odds: 10/11

If you’re betting on Man United beating Leicester on Sunday, William Hill offers the best odds on the result at 10/11.

Man United won the FA Cup to make it through to their 30th Community Shield, and Jose Mourinho will be hoping to start his tenure at United by winning their 21st.

Although this is not a key tournament, starting the season with silverware would be a great start for Jose Mourinho and would signal his intent for the coming season.

With new faces including Eric Bailly, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the line up, a victory against Leicester would give them a good start to their season.

You’ll also find that online bookies offer Jose Mourinho's Man United as the 2nd favourites in the 2016/17 Premier League outright betting market at 7/2.

Best Odds On A Draw: 13/5

Given that the last two Premier League games involving Leicester and Man United both ended in draws, betting on a stalemate after 90 minutes might be a smart bet.

If you think Sunday's match will end in a draw head to Bet Victor offers the best odds at 13/5.