Old foes Leeds and Manchester United will renew their rivalry at Elland Road this Sunday.
Leeds v Man United is one of the all-time classic fixtures and Whites fans have been eagerly awaiting this fixture all season.
Leeds were hammered 6-2 at Old Trafford in December and they’ll want revenge for that defeat this weekend.
A victory could inspire Marcelo Bielsa’s men on to a late push for the European places while United must continue winning to put any late pressure on runaway leaders Manchester City.
The Red Devils are in good form and must win all their remaining league games to have any hope of reeling in City.
Leeds v Man United: How to watch
This match will be held at Elland Road on Sunday, April 25 and will kick-off at 2pm.
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League from 1pm and on Sky Sports Main Event from 2pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
Leeds v Man United: Team news
Leeds will be without Rodrigo again and Raphinha remains a big doubt for the visit of Man United.
Club-record signing Rodrigo has missed the last two matches due to his latest muscle strain, while Raphinha has not yet been able to train since sustaining a thigh injury.
Liam Cooper sits out the second match of his three-game ban following his dismissal against Man City.
United star Marcus Rashford is a doubt for the trip to Elland Road.
The 23-year-old played against Burnley last weekend but has not trained with the squad this week due to an ongoing foot issue.
Eric Bailly is back in contention after recovering from coronavirus but Anthony Martial and Phil Jones remain sidelined with knee issues.
Leeds v Man United: What has been said?
Marcelo Bielsa insists he needs no reminding how much victory over arch-rivals Manchester United on Sunday would mean to Leeds fans.
“I know perfectly what it means to play in a classic game,” Bielsa said. “I know the effect that the result will have on the emotion of the people.”
The two sides’ first top-flight clash in 16 years ended in a thumping 6-2 defeat for Leeds at Old Trafford in December and revenge would be the highlight of their season.
Bielsa added: “I always hope that there is calmness. I think this subject has already been consumed.
“Football and a classic game like this, there is a grade of excitement that is absolutely enough.
“The most clear demand from this episode is to put the focus on the competition.”
Leeds v Man United: Match stats and facts
- This is the first time Leeds are hosting Manchester United in a league game since October 2003, a 0-1 defeat. They’ve not lost consecutive home league games against the Red Devils since October 1976.
- Manchester United won the reverse fixture against Leeds at Old Trafford 6-2 – only twice in the Premier League have they done the double over the Whites (1996-97 and 1999-00).
- In all competitions Leeds have won just one of their last eight home games against Man Utd (D2 L5), losing each of the last three in a row.
- Leeds are unbeaten in their last five Premier League games (W3 D2), with the Whites last having a longer run without defeat in the top-flight in February/March 2002 (6).
- Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 23 Premier League away games (W15 D8), with only Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004 (27) having a longer such run in English top-flight history.
- Last time out against Liverpool, Leeds became the first team to see their games have 100 goals scored in the Premier League this season (F50 A50). Manchester United’s matches have so far seen 99 goals scored this term (F64 A35).
- Man Utd midfielder Paul Pogba’s senior club debut came against Leeds at Elland Road, with the Frenchman replacing Ryan Giggs in a 3-0 League Cup win in September 2011.
- Leeds United’s Stuart Dallas has already scored against both Man Utd and Man City in the Premier League this season – the last Whites player to score in as many as three league games against the Manchester clubs in a season was Peter Lorimer in 1971-72, who scored in all four that season.
- Patrick Bamford has had 22% of Leeds’ shots in the Premier League this season (98/441), scoring 14 goals. His first seven goals this season came from just 28 shots (25% conversion), while his subsequent seven have come from 70 attempts (10% conversion).
- Mason Greenwood has scored 15 Premier League goals for Manchester United, with no player scoring more as a teenager for the Red Devils in the competition. He’s netted four goals in his last three Premier League games, and could become the first teenager to score in four in a row in the competition since Francis Jeffers in September 2000.