Preview: Leeds United vs Manchester United – Predictions, Advice, and Betting Odds

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Leeds United vs Manchester United Predictions: Leeds United and Manchester United will face off for the second time in a week as they meet at Elland Road on Sunday. The teams had previously played to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford in a midweek fixture. The match was significant for Leeds as it marked their first game following the dismissal of former coach, Jesse Marsch.

Leeds will hope to build on their performance in the previous encounter and secure a positive result in front of their home crowd. The club will be eager to turn things around after a tough run of results and a change in management. With a determined attitude and a strong showing, they may just have what it takes to come away with the victory.

Manchester United, on the other hand, will look to continue their good form and make a statement against their opponent. The Red Devils have been in great shape lately and will look to maintain their winning streak by clinching the win at Elland Road.

As the two teams prepare to meet once again, the stage is set for an exciting showdown between two talented sides. With the recent 2-2 draw fresh in mind, both teams will look to assert their dominance and come away with the three points.

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Leeds United vs Manchester United latest odds

Leeds may have performed well in midweek and be the home team this time around, but they are the underdogs to win this match at odds of 11/4 (3.75).

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Leeds United Vs Manchester United

The away team are the favourites to win at odds of 10/11 (1.91) with the draw set at 14/5 (3.80).

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Leeds vs Man Utd first goal scorer odds

Marcus Rashford continues to impress as he scored another goal in the midweek match against Leeds. He is favored to get the first goal of this Sunday’s game with odds of 4/1 (5.00), while his teammate, Anthony Martial, is priced at 11/2 (6.50).

For Leeds United, Patrick Bamford is the club’s lowest priced player to score first with odds of 7/1 (7.00). Meanwhile, Degnand Gnonto, who opened the scoring against Manchester United on Wednesday, is set at 9/1 (10.00). It will be interesting to see which player will take the lead in this highly anticipated match.

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Leeds vs Man Utd preview

Pascal Struijk sustained a concussion during the midweek match against Manchester United and may be unable to participate in Sunday’s return fixture. On the other hand, Liam Cooper and Marc Roca are nearing their return to play and will be evaluated prior to the match.

Unfortunately, Antony, Anthony Martial, and Scott McTominay were absent from the 2-2 draw due to injury, and coach Erik ten Hag does not anticipate their return for this weekend’s game. But, the visiting side has no new injury concerns to report. It remains to be seen which players will be available for selection and have an impact on the outcome of the match.

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Leeds vs Man Utd tips and predictions

Manchester United is eager to secure a win in this match as they aim to solidify their position in the top four of the Premier League. The odds of them emerging victorious are 10/11 (1.91), making a bet on their success seem like a wise choice.

It is important to note that the odds mentioned are correct at the time of writing and gambling should be approached responsibly.

How many times has Leeds United beat Manchester United?

Leeds have won just one of the past 18 Premier League meetings – a 1-0 triumph at Elland Road in 2002 (D6, L11). The Whites are in danger of suffering consecutive home league defeats against Manchester United for the first time since 1976.

Which city is better Manchester or Leeds?

They are both nice and vibrant cities, but even though I’m from Leeds I’d say go to Manchester as there is more to do from a cultural perspective. They are both great cities for eating/drinking/shopping but Manchester wins in terms of museums/gallerys/music venues.

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