Leeds United vs Man United: Player ratings and updates from Premier League clash
Leeds host Man United in the second meeting between the pair in the last week.
Leeds United take on Manchester United on Sunday afternoon at Elland Road. It is the second match between the rivals this season, coming a few days after an exciting 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
You can follow the match live in our hub below, where will we have updates about team news, big talking points from the game and player ratings.
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Leeds United vs Man United: Player ratings and live updates.
Leeds are looking for their first Premier League win over Man United since 2002. In the last 18 Premier League matches between the sides, Leeds have won just once.
The Yorkshire side are also searching for a new manager after sacking Jesse Marsch, but they looked like a better side without the American coach at Old Trafford in the 2-2 draw on Wednesday night.
Wilfried Gnonto and a Raphael Varane own-goal gave Leeds a 2-0 lead before Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho scored to rescue a draw for the Red Devils.
Man United, meanwhile, have won just one of their last four Premier League games and have not kept a clean sheet in their last five matches in the division.
Casemiro, the club's influential midfielder, is also suspended for the match, meaning that their unwanted clean sheet record could continue on Sunday.
Elsewhere, David de Gea is set to make his 400th Premier League appearance for Man United, a record for non-British players in the divisions, and the first goalkeeper to reach that milestone.
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