A lot has happened in the world of football since Manchester United’s last game.

Hopefully matters on the pitch will take centre stage as United travel to Elland Road for a league game for the first time since October 2003.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men will be pumped up to get one over on their bitter rivals and the Super League fiasco will provide extra motivation that the Whites didn’t even need.

If December’s 6-2 win at Old Trafford is anything to go by, it should be a thrilling game and we’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch it on TV and online.

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When is Man Utd v Burnley on TV?

Leeds v United will take place on Sunday 25th April 2021.

The Whites are currently 10th in the Premier League and are unbeaten in their last five games.

What time does Leeds v Man Utd kick-off?

The game will will kick off at 2pm.

The EFL Cup final between Tottenham and Manchester City will take centre stage afterwards, with kick off at 4.30pm.

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What TV channel is Leeds v Man Utd on?

You can watch the buildup to the game from 1pm on Sky Sports Premier League, who will show the game without the artificial crowd noise.

The match is also being shown on Sky Sports Main Event, who won’t show any of the buildup due to screening Reading v Swansea in the Championship first.

How to live stream Leeds v Man Utd online

Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.

 

United would cut the gap at the top of the Premier League back down to eight points with a victory here.

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Leeds v Man Utd team news

Phil Jones and Anthony Martial are long-term absentees for United. It would be a surprise if either played again this season.

Marcus Rashford is carrying at least one injury and there will once again be a decision for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make over whether to risk him here.

Eric Bailly returned to training this week after contracting Covid-19 on international duty but it remains to be seen whether he is fit enough to be involved here.

Our prediction: Leeds v United

Based on the open game at Old Trafford, you’d expect goals here.

Leeds have just taken four points from Manchester City and Liverpool and will be full of confidence.

This is one of their biggest games of the season so far and they’ll be desperate to get a win.

United should be fighting fit after a full week to rest, recover and prepare – and they’ll need to be to outrun Leeds.

Solskjaer might have one eye on the Europa League semi-finals but he cannot afford to take any liberties here. After the week of turmoil off the pitch, a win over one of United’s bitterest rivals is just the tonic.

Our prediction: Leeds 2-3 United

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