Louis van Gaal: This is the difference between Man United and Leicester

Manchester United must avoid defeat on Sunday to keep their top 4 hopes alive when Leicester City arrive Old Trafford to play what will be remembered as the greatest moment in premier league history.

Leicester need three points from their last three games to win their first top-flight title and will be crowned champions if they beat Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow or if second-placed Tottenham Hotspur lose to Chelsea on Monday night.

"We are doing something special and, of course, I'm very proud for everybody from Leicester, for our community", said Ranieri.

Should Leicester down United then the title is theirs though they won't receive the trophy until next weekend's home tie with Everton.

After a remarkable season, the Foxes are now just three points away from starting the party but if the pressure was getting to them, the players weren't letting it show.

United could be unchanged from their FA Cup semi-final win for the visit of the Foxes.

Meanwhile, United manager Louis van Gaal says his side are planning on "postponing" rather than "spoiling" Leicester's title celebrations.

But, asked whether Leicester's success should leave the usual title challengers red faced, Van Gaal said frostily: "No, it's sport". "We're going into this game on a high and we will definitely be up for it". A slip up from either Manchester City or Arsenal may well seal the deal for United.

Leicester City's players looked relaxed as they departed for Manchester on the verge of Premier League glory.

But Schlupp has made it clear that the way Claudio Ranieri's team play, the hosts will know they have been in a contest. I think they shall be the champions a week later. Jamie Vardy became one of England's most prolific strikers before departing the club for Spain saying "I would never play for another English team as long as I live, if Leicester want me to work the ticket box, or the canteen when I retire, I'd take that offer in a heartbeat".

Winning the FA Cup would go some way to appeasing supporters who have struggled to come to terms with their side's struggles following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, but the decision makers at the club want Champions League football as a minimum if their treatment of David Moyes is anything to go by.

Wideman Schlupp revealed the squad had no idea who their new boss would be while they were pre-season training in Austria and admitted to being star struck when Ranieri first met them.

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