Meanwhile, Craig Shakespeare's men have bounced back from their 4-3 opening defeat at Arsenal to beat Brighton last weekend and Sheffield United in Tuesday's League Cup clash, but are 9/1 (10.00) outsiders to secure their first win at this ground since 1998.
Just two of the last 16 encounters between the sides have resulted in draws, but you can get odds of 17/4 (5.25) on them cancelling each other out on this occasion.
Given their regular failure to break down stubborn opponents last season, Jose Mourinho will be particularly pleased with his side's efficiency in front of goal so far this campaign, and you can back the rampant hosts to notch over three goals here, or enjoy both Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba to score anytime, at the boosted price of 8/1 (9.0).
Having scored just 26 goals in 19 home matches to draw a league-high 10 fixtures in front of their own fans, the Europa League winners' newfound cutting edge should see them turn plenty of stalemates into victories this time out.
In fact, the Foxes were one of the few teams they did not struggle to score past last season, winning 4-1 at home before easing to a 3-0 victory at the King Power Stadium.
With 14 defeats and just two wins to their name in the last 22 away games in the league, the visitors look unlikely to stand between their high-flying opponents and another big win in this one.
Nevertheless, having scored nine times in three matches so far this season, Leicester will at least fancy their chances of contributing to the goalmouth action themselves.
All in all, odds of 17/20 (1.85) seem generous on United coming out on top in a match featuring over 2.5 goals for their third consecutive game this season.