If you're unsure how this weekend's Premier League match between Manchester United and Leicester City will go, there's an Opta statistic that could help you decide.
The Reds have scored a Premier League-high 10 goals via substitutes this season, according to data experts, with Marcus Rashford scoring four of them - also a Premier League high in 2021/22.
The first five were scored while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in charge, and the second five were scored while Ralf Rangnick was in charge. They are, in chronological order:
Jesse Lingard v Newcastle United
Jesse Lingard v West Ham United
Marcus Rashford v Leicester City
Marcus Rashford v Tottenham Hotspur
Donny van de Beek v Watford
Edinson Cavani v Newcastle United
Marcus Rashford v Brentford
Marcus Rashford v West Ham United
Fred v Leeds United
Anthony Elanga v Leeds United
With North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham currently above United in the table, the 17:30 BST kick-off is crucial to United's hopes of finishing in the top four, and a win is required.
Given the aforementioned pre-match stat, don't be surprised if a decisive moment comes from a replacement if the action is tight.
The 17:30 BST kick-off is vitally important to United’s hopes of finishing in the top four and a win is essential, with North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham currently above us in the table.
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