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Manchester United vs Leeds United (Feb 8) Betting Preview

John Sampson February 6, 2023
Manchester United vs Leeds United Betting Preview

Wednesday night football is always something to remember, and this midweek’s encounter is no exception. Manchester United vs Leeds United is one of the most historic British battles, but the teams are on a much different path this time. Manchester United seeks its 14th consecutive win at Old Trafford and a loss for Leeds United could mean that they could drop into the bottom three of the Premier League standings. Leeds will welcome the same opponents to Elland Road this weekend for the same competition.

Manchester United vs Leeds United
Date: Wednesday, 8 February 2023
Time: 20:00
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester

Manchester United came close to a disappointing evening against Crystal Palace, due to Casemiro’s unsportsmanlike action, followed by a red card. Until then, the Red Devils won 2-0, but Jeff Schlupp’s goal led to an anxious finish. Despite that, the team managed to win another game before its fans, closing the gap in the Premier League battle to eight points from Arsenal and three points behind Manchester City. Everyone in the club keeps his head clean, saying that the ultimate goal is a top-four finish. Erik ten Hag’s squad should keep its winning ways, at a point in time, when it has reached the final of the EFL Cup (versus Newcastle) and the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Casemiro will be unavailable for the next three matches adding another problem in the midfield near McTominay’s recent absence due to an injury. This means that Marcel Sabitzer will be a member of the starting-11. Anthony Martial, Donny Van de Beek and Christian Eriksen remain sidelined, but on the positive side, Diogo Dalot is back in contention, ready to be valuable once more.

Leeds United’s inability to win just once in its last seven encounters led to Jesse March’s sacking after less than one year as the team’s head coach. The 1-0 loss against Nottingham Forest (a crucial match for the club’s survival in the Premier League) was an addition to the recent poor performances. Marsh fulfilled his remit of leading Leeds to safety last season, but this year he seems unable to reach the same level of consistency. The American was not always likeable in a huge part of the team’s fan base, but there are no signs that this was also the case for his players. Manchester United vs Leeds United will be a great chance to see the if there is a new manager on the line, in a couple of tough matches ahead. Accoreding to bookies, West Brom’s Carlos Corberan is on the top of the list to appointed as the next Leeds United head coach.

Robin Koch and Crysensio Summerville are fit enough to attend the game at Old Trafford. Weston Mckennie, Brandon Aaronson and the new entry, Georginio Rutter are ready to start in this encounter. Rodrigo, Stuart Dallas and Archie Gray, all will watch the game from the fans’ spot. Bet on the game, using the most intriguing betting sites offers.

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