Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa wants his side to keep the ball as best they can when they host Manchester United on Sunday.
Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa has called for his side to try to dominate possession against Manchester United this weekend.
The Foxes host Louis van Gaal's new-look side on Sunday, and the centre-forward has warned of United's threat when they have the ball.
He told the Daily Mail: "We need to have have the ball, because when United have it, it is very complicated.
"I watched the first half against QPR – and Radamel Falcao was only on the bench!"
Nigel Pearson's side are currently 12th in the Premier League.
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