Leeds vs Manchester United: TV channel, live stream, how to watch and injury and team news
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The match, which kicks-off at 2pm, will see Ralf Rangnick’s side try and secure their second league win in as many matches after a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Tuesday. Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes were enough for United to secure all three points.
As for Leeds, they are without a victory in their last three league games, most recently losing 3-0 Everton on Saturday.
The Whites’ form in the top-flight has been poor with only three wins in their last 10 matches, leaving them just six points from the relegation zone.
The sides head into the game 11 places apart in the league, with the Red Devils fourth in the table, while Leeds sit 15th.
United have the better record against them the Premier League. In their previous 27 meetings in the competition, the Red Devils have won 15 of them, while the Whites have four victories and honours have been even on eight occasions.
The last time the two clubs met was on the opening day of this season, with United running out 5-1 winners.
What’s the latest team news?
There were three changes made to the Red Devils starting XI against Brighton with Victor Lindelof, Fred and Anthony Elanga coming into the side.
United confirmed Raphael Varane would be replaced by Lindelof in the starting XI due to the latter falling ill in the warm-up. Eric Bailly, Nemanja Matic, and Edinson Cavani also missed the fixture on Tuesday due to injury.
In his press conference on Friday's Rangnick confirmed Cavani will not be involved against Leeds, but we could see the return of Matic to the matchday squad.
"As it seems, Edinson Cavani will still be out, he’s still having some problems with his groin and his stomach.
“Nemanja Matić was back available again, and he did quite well [in training]. He’s maybe available for Leeds but definitely the next two games. We will take it one by one. We try to start with a starting XI where we are convinced we can win the next game.”
The Whites will be without Bamford, Liam Cooper, Kalvin Phillips and Leo Hjelde due to injury, but could see the return of Stuart Dallas and Junior Firpo.
Is the match on TV?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League with coverage of the game starting at 1pm on the latter mentioned channel. Alternatively you can stream the game via the Sky Sport app.
How can I watch highlights?
Sky Sport will put highlights of the fixture on their YouTube channel, while both United and Leeds will also have the best bits of the game on their websites a few hours after the match.
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