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After suffering a rather comprehensive defeat at the hands of Everton, Leeds are now looking nervously over their shoulders and although there is a buffer between themselves and the Premier League’s bottom three, results are once again going against them.
Which means the visit of Manchester United on Sunday is perhaps not the ideal opposition to prepare for and especially as the Red Devils will have their tails up, by virtue of a 2-0 win over Brighton on Tuesday.
When these two sides meet at either Elland Road or Old Trafford, the entertainment factor is usually rather high and with eight goals being shared in their last meeting, an abundance of goals will hopefully be the order of the day on Sunday.
Then again, after having a search of all the best betting odds available, just four will do and this is because I think backing over 3.5 total goals on Sunday, is a worthwhile addition to your weekend betting slip.
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Just one point from the last nine on offer. That is the tale of the Leeds tape right now and although they are six points clear of the relegation zone at present, that is a margin that can quickly be eroded.
Which is why such a heavy defeat to fellow strugglers Everton, is one that would have been of great concern to manager Marcelo Bielsa and now the Argentine must work out how to pick his players up before the visit of Manchester United on Sunday.
That 3-0 loss to Everton to Goodison Park also asked a question of Bielsa’s personnel selection and with Brazilian midfielder Raphinia dropped for the occasion, many are still asking the question why.
A question that has no answer and although logic dictates that he was rested for the trip to Merseyside, one wonders if playing against Everton would have been more important than potentially facing Manchester United this weekend.
Then again, to try and unpick the brains of Marcelo Bielsa would be something of a fool’s errand and after suffering a 6-2 defeat at Old Trafford on the first Saturday of the season, he will be asking a lot more of his players this time around.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Manchester United, it is the same triple absence as before and with Patrick Bamford, Kalvin Phillips, and Charlie Cresswell still all unavailable, it is as you were for the Elland Road outfit.
With the race for a fourth-place finish being one that is intensifying by the week, it is once again Manchester United who are in the box seat and after getting the better of Brighton on Tuesday, they have leapfrogged West Ham in the Premier League table.
Of course, this season’s race for fourth is shaping up to be a rather complex one and with both Arsenal and Tottenham possessing three games in hand over both Manchester United and West Ham, the picture is not quite as clear as first thought.
With that said, points on the board are always worth a far greater value than games in hand and it is this single fact, which will have given the United side a confidence boost - especially after such a tough fortnight beforehand.
Now interim manager Ralf Rangnick must put the cup and league upsets behind him and look to build on the opportunity that they have carved out for themselves and although Champions League matters are not in their own hands, they can put pressure on the others.
Pressure that comes by simply winning Premier League outings and the more matches that United win, the more questions it will begin to ask of the trio of London clubs that sit behind them.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Leeds, it is the same four absentees from the midweek win over Brighton and this means the quartet of Fred, Edinson Cavani, Eric Bailly and Nemanja Matic are all unavailable.
When it comes to the rivalry between Leeds and Manchester United, this is one of the most heated in English football history and when these two sides go to war, its viewing is not for the faint hearted.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Leeds have won on 26 occasions, Manchester United 48 and there have been 36 draws
Although Elland Road may not be anywhere near as polished as the other grounds within the Premier League, the Leeds fans are never shy when it comes to supporting their team and this is why this ground has one of the best atmospheres in English football.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
There is no doubt that Leeds could do with another win in the Premier League and if they fail to get the better of Manchester United, their relegation odds will only find themselves being shorter than they were before.
With that said, the visit of Manchester United is always an entertaining one and with no love lost between these two clubs, the visitors will look to take maximum points back to Old Trafford.