How to watch and follow Leeds v United

Friday 10 February 2023 09:09

Just days after Manchester United played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with Leeds at Old Trafford, the age-old foes are set to lock horns once more at Elland Road this weekend.

The Reds travel to West Yorkshire on Sunday for the 14:00 GMT kick-off looking to tighten our grip on a place in the Premier League’s top four, while Leeds are set to play their second match since the dismissal of manager Jesse Marsch.

Wednesday’s clash at the Theatre of Dreams saw Erik ten Hag’s side come back from two goals behind to earn a point, with Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho’s second-half strikes cancelling out Willy Gnonto’s early effort and Raphael Varane’s unfortunate own-goal shortly after the interval.

Ahead of yet another hotly anticipated encounter between two of the old adversaries, get the lowdown on the squads, the broadcast information and more…

Early team news for Leeds trip


The boss discusses Marcel Sabitzer's fitness as we look at both sides' options for Elland Road.


Our clash with Leeds will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, with kick-off at Elland Road scheduled for 14:00 GMT on Sunday.

MUTV will also provide exclusive build-up and post-match reaction, along with further must-see content being available on and in the United App.

Our live pre-match coverage will start at 12:55 GMT, and will be followed by full radio commentary during the 90 minutes.


Two-minute highlights of the game will be available two hours after the final whistle, with 90 in 20 and Full 90 being published at midnight.


Casemiro remains ineligible for the Reds for this one, as he serves the second of his three-match ban, following his dismissal in our win over Crystal Palace last week.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (illness), Anthony Martial (hip), Antony (leg) and Scott McTominay (unspecified) also missed Wednesday’s meeting with the Whites, and Ten Hag could give an update on the fitness of the quartet prior to Sunday’s encounter.

Diogo Dalot started against Leeds, while Jadon Sancho came off the bench to grab the equaliser, as he works his way back into the team following his absence earlier in the season.

Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek remain sidelined for a lengthy period.

For the hosts, Rodrigo, Archie Gray, Adam Forshaw, Liam Cooper, and Stuart Dallas remain out, while Luis Sinisterra and Pascal Struijk were both withdrawn in the first half of our midweek clash and are, therefore, doubts for this one.


United haven’t lost away to Leeds since 2002. The goalscorer on that day was Harry Kewell, and the Reds have enjoyed successful trips to Yorkshire ever since.

Last season, goals from Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Fred and Anthony Elanga earned United a 4-2 triumph at Elland Road, in incredibly rainy and hostile circumstances.

Going back to 1906, the Reds have only suffered an away defeat 15 times, winning on 23 occasions and drawing 16.

Ten Hag will hope history is on his side on Sunday, but will undoubtedly be preparing his side to come away with a positive result, no matter how the record books may read.

Highlights: Leeds v United Video

Highlights: Leeds v United

Watch all the goals and best moments from our madcap Premier League game at Elland Road...


This weekend, Premier League matches will be played on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. United’s clash with Leeds isn’t the only rivalry being contested either, with Everton and Liverpool meeting in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Monday night.


West Ham v Chelsea (12:30 GMT)
Arsenal v Brentford
Crystal Palace v Brighton
Fulham v Nottingham Forest
Leicester v Tottenham
Southampton v Wolves
Bournemouth v Newcastle (17:30 GMT)


Leeds v UNITED (14:00 GMT)
Man City v Aston Villa (16:30 GMT)


Liverpool v Everton (20:00 GMT)

All matches 15:00 GMT unless stated.