Man United v Leeds LIVE: Whites begin life after Marsch in Roses derby clashManchester United will look to extend their winning home run when they host Leeds tonight in the first of a Premier League double header this week. The Red Devils have won their last 13 games at Old Trafford in all competitions, their most recent being a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.
Marcel Sabitzer could come in for his full debut, but Anthony Martial, Donny van de Beek and Christian Eriksen are all out through injury. Leeds can welcome back Robin Koch from suspension, but the club have several injury concerns of their own. Archie Gray, Rodrigo, Stuart Dallas, Sonny Perkins and Adam Forshaw are all still nursing various issues in the treatment room. Man United v Leeds: What has been said? United manager Ten Hag: “It is a big week for us, as twice we face a rival team and we have to be ready for that. “It gives a different emotion, always when you play against rivals, so we have to be [on the] front foot and be ready for the game. “We have to be well prepared but also giving off good energy and look forward to facing them.
Manchester United will be without the suspended Casemiro for this match – the Red Devils have lost three of their four games in which the Brazilian has played no part this season in all competitions, as many defeats as they’ve suffered in the 30 games in which he has played (W24 D3 L3). Leeds are winless in their last seven Premier League games (D3 L4), the longest current run without a victory in the competition. Meanwhile, since the start of last season the Whites have taken just one point from their eight games against sides starting the day in the top three (D1 L7). Manchester United have won their last 13 games at Old Trafford in all competitions, their longest winning home run since a club record run of 20 between December 2010 and September 2011.
Getty Rashford has been unstoppable since the World Cup restart Erik ten Hag’s men were due to host bitter rivals Leeds in September but the fixture was postponed, and it is now been rearranged just days before the reverse fixture at Elland Road this weekend. Leeds, meanwhile, will take part in their first game since sacking Jesse Marsch following Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest that left the club only out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
“[Marsh being sacked] will always have an impact. But also it has to be about us and how he deal with that. “Are we proactive? Are we anticipating? If we do that, we have a good chance to win the game. It will be close and we will have to give everything. “Nothing is easy in football, especially games between rivals are not easy, they are never close games. You have to be at your best. ” Marsch has been sacked by Leeds Man United v Leeds: Match facts Since his Premier League debut at the end of October, Wilfried Gnonto has created more chances (13), won more fouls (20) and completed more dribbles (11) in the Premier League than any other Leeds player. Marcus Rashford has scored in each of his last five Premier League home games – the last Manchester United to score in six consecutive league appearances at Old Trafford was Wayne Rooney in April 2012. Man Utd’s Bruno Fernandes has been involved in eight goals in his four Premier League games against Leeds (6 goals, 2 assists), more than he has vs any other opponent.
But while the away game (kick-off 14:00 GMT) is being shown live on Sky Sports, the clash in M16 won't be broadcast to viewers in the UK. COVERAGE OF UNITED v LEEDS MUTV will still be broadcasting our regular Matchday Live show, with coverage set to begin at 18:55 GMT. We will also provide radio commentary throughout the game. That, along with updates and our exclusive Match Centre, displaying a range of in-depth stats, will all be available to access via the United App.
Man United v Leeds: talkSPORT coverage This Premier League match will take place on Wednesday, February 8. talkSPORT will have live and EXCLUSIVE coverage of the match at Old Trafford, with kick-off scheduled for 8pm. Adrian Durham will be your presenter, while commentary comes from Sam Matterface and former England defender Micky Gray. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. ou can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. AFP Casemiro picked up the first straight red card of his club career Man United v Leeds: Team news The hosts will be without Casemiro, after he was given a red card for violent conduct during the win over Palace last time out.
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