Manchester United have looked imperious in the new season so far, with goals coming aplenty and that defence working like a Jose Mourinho defence always does. Leicester City are the team next up on United's "let's coast past them," list, with the team from Old Trafford keen to maintain their perfect record in the English Premier League.
With the arrivals of Nemanja Matic and Lukaku, Manchester United seem to have much better balance and potency, and coupled with a strong defence that is the hallmark of all Mourinho sides, this team do look the business this season.
However, just how well-oiled a machine Manchester United are will be known when they play Leicester, considering West Ham and Swansea are not exactly the scariest of opposition.
If Manchester United are able to ease past Leicester just as well as they did their previous two opponents, then talk of a serious title challenge will carry some weight.
Leicester started their season with a crazy 4-3 defeat to Arsenal, before picking up their first win in the Premier League by seeing off the challenge of Brighton.
The strikers Shinji Okazaki and Jamie Vardy have looked in good form, while there is a lot more solidity to this lineup than last season, when Leicester were all over the place in their title-defending campaign.
Solidity alone will not do though against this Manchester United side. Leicester need to bring those ruthless counter-attacking powers to the fore again, while staying strong at the back for the entire 90 minutes, if they are to stand a chance of coming away with something from Old Trafford.
"Everyone knows at the moment that Manchester United are flying," Leicester City right-back and former United man Danny Simpson said. "They've started the season by scoring goals and keeping clean sheets.
"Everything about them at the minute is positive and it's tough to go to Old Trafford, no matter what team has been playing there the last few years. It'll be a tough test, but it's one that we're up for.
"Everyone knows it's tough but at the same time, I'm certain we can learn from our concentration in the Arsenal game and take that into the game at Old Trafford."
When and where to watch live
Manchester United vs Leicester City is set to begin at 10pm IST, 5.30pm BST, 6.30pm CET. TV and live streaming information for the EPL game is below.
India: TV: Star Sports Select 1 and Star Sports Select HD1. Live Streaming: Hotstar.
UK: TV: BT Sport 1. Live Streaming: BT Sport Player.
USA: TV: NBCSN. Live Streaming: NBCSN Live.
Australia: TV and Live Streaming: Optus Sport.
Middle East: Bein Sports Arabia. Live Streaming: Bein Sports Connect.