How to watch Leeds United v Manchester United on TV - stream details, kick-off time, team news, referee and odds
Leeds United host arch rivals Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon - here's everything you need to know ahead of kick-off.
Marcelo Bielsa's side are set to welcome the Red Devils to Elland Road for a much-anticipated renewal of rivalries in West Yorkshire.
Leeds head into the clash unbeaten in their last five outings, which includes a victory over champions-elect Manchester City and a draw with last year's title winners Liverpool.
Manchester United are themselves in stunning form as they continue to push their city rivals all the way in the race for the Premier League title this term.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have won each of their last five top flight outings and head across the Pennines high in confidence.
Leeds United: D-W-W-W-D
Manchester United: W-W-W-W-W
What time is kick-off?
Leeds United's hosting of Manchester United takes place on Sunday, April 25. The game will kick-off at 2pm and will take place at the Whites home ground, Elland Road.
Is Leeds United v Manchester United on TV or available to stream?
The game has been selected by Sky Sports as part of their Super Sunday package.
Coverage will begin on the Sky Sports Premier League channel at 1pm and will also be shown on the Main Event channel from 2pm in time for kick-off.
Sky customers can also stream the game through Sky Go across a number of devices, while those wanting to watch the match without a subscription can purchase a Now TV pass for a one-time fee.
How else can I follow the game?
As ever, the Yorkshire Evening Post will bring you a live and exclusive blog from Elland Road. You can follow all the action on our dedicated Leeds United section here.
What is the early team news?
Leeds United will be without suspended captain Liam Cooper for the clash at Elland Road.
Club record signing Rodrigo will be absent with a continued muscle problem while star winger Raphinha is expected to be assessed ahead of kick-off.
The Brazilian missed the Whites 1-1 draw with Liverpool in LS11 on Monday due to a thigh injury picked up against Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to welcome back Eric Bailly after the defender completed Covid-19 protocols.
Manchester United, though, will be without long-term absentees Anthony Martial and Phil Jones who both have knee injuries.
Who are the match officials?
Referee: Craig Pawson. Assistants: Ian Hussin, Harry Lennard. Fourth official: Lee Mason. VAR: Mike Dean. Assistant VAR: Peter Kirkup.
What are the latest odds?
Leeds United win - 14/5
Draw - 3/1
Manchester United win - 5/6