There’s no love lost when Leeds United and Manchester United meet and the hosts will have revenge on their mind when they go head-to-head at 14:00 on Sunday.
The Yorkshire club slumped to a 6-2 defeat at Old Trafford back in December and games are normally entertaining when Marcelo Bielsa’s men are in action.
Leeds fans would have been forgiven for fearing the worst in April, with three fixtures in a row against Man City, Liverpool and now United. But the Whites have collected four points from the first two and can be backed at 16/5 to collect the three points on Sunday.
The visitors (4/5) head across the Pennines unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League games and you have to go back to January 2020 for their last away league defeat – at Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who will hand a late fitness test to Marcus Rashford, has seen his side score three goals in their last two matches and over 3.5 goals can be backed at 11/8.
The Premier League’s late game (19:00) on Sunday sees two Midlands rivals clash at Villa Park, as Aston Villa meet West Brom (Match Result – Villa 10/11, Draw 13/5, West Brom 16/5).
It’s almost last-chance saloon in the Baggies attempts to stay up – starting Sunday some 11 points behind fourth-from-bottom Burnley with six games remaining.
Sam Allardyce has suggested they will need to win at least five of their remaining games and the West Brom boss does have a good record against Sunday’s opponents, as he seeks a 10th win over Villa as a manager.
The visitors will be buoyed by Villa’s recent form, with just one win in their last seven fixtures and with Jack Grealish still on the sidelines.
Both teams have scored in each of Villa’s last three fixtures and BTTS on Sunday can be backed at 8/11.