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Kasper Schmeichel, Tom Ince set to renew hostilities in Premier League

Kasper Schmeichel and Tom Ince will renew their decades-old rivalry this weekend when Leicester travel to Huddersfield. 

Kasper Schmeichel v Tom Ince... this one goes way back! 👶 #HUDLEI #PremierLeague #PL

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The pair first met at Old Trafford when their dads were inspiring Manchester United to Premier League glory -- and a throwback video on Instagram has revealed the pair were destined to become top performers. 

Young Tom, whose father Paul won two league titles at United, can be seen going one-on-one with Kasper, whose dad Peter won the league five times under Sir Alex Ferguson.

Little Ince displayed some nifty footwork on the concrete floor, while Kasper displayed the sort of keeping prowess that helped Leicester to that incredible title success in 2015-16. 

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