Leeds United vs Manchester United
Competition: Premier League
Date: 12th February 2023
Kickoff: 15:00 CET
Venue: Elland Road
Manchester United will be looking to get back on track when they face off against Elland Road rivals, Leeds United.
This Sunday’s Premier League matchday 23 will feature two games. The first of these is scheduled to take place at Elland Road, where Manchester United will face off against fellow strugglers, Leeds United. Both teams are desperate to get back on track and win.
After several seasons of instability, it seems like the situation has become worse with the departure of Jesse Marsch as the head coach of Elland Road club. Following a solid start to the season, the team’s form started to fall off, and they are currently in the middle of a battle to avoid going down.
After learning about the departure of Marsch, the team responded well and managed to hold Manchester United to a 2-2 tie. They will be looking to carry this performance into this weekend’s match against their rivals.
Under the guidance of Erik ten Hag, the Red Devils have been able to make significant progress. They have already reached a cup final, and they are still alive in all competitions. However, after dropping points in the last four games, they will be eager to get back on track and win.
Leeds United vs Manchester United Head to head
- Manchester United have been the dominant force in the history of this matchup.
- The Red Devils will go into this encouraged by a run of five victories and a draw in the previous six meetings with the Peacocks.
- The Over 2.5 goals FT & Both Teams To Score pick landed in three of the last four H2H affairs.
Leeds United vs Manchester United Prediction :
Both Manchester United and Leeds United are known to produce entertaining games. This week, they put on a show at Old Trafford, with both teams finding the back of the net multiple times. The two teams are expected to do the same again when they face off at Elland Road.
Manchester United are expected to start the game with a bang, and they will be led by Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho. On the other hand, the Hard Tackle believes that the Elland Road side will fight back and score a couple of goals.