Team news, stats, predictions and how to follow the Premier League on Sunday as Leeds host Manchester United, live on Sky Sports.
Leeds v Manchester United – Sunday; kick off 2pm, live sky sports from 1 p.m.
Team News: Stuart Dallas, sent off in last week’s defeat at Everton after colliding with Alex Iwobi, has not been ruled out by Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa.
Midfielder Kalvin Phillips, defender Liam Cooper and striker Patrick Bamford remain sidelined and defender Leo Hjelde has suffered a knee injury.
Edinson Cavani remains out for the visitors with a groin complaint but Raphael Varane is available after illness saw him drop out of the starting line-up against Brighton.
Eric Bailly and Nemanja Matic are in contention, but Tom Heaton could be unavailable and Mason Greenwood remains suspended.
- Leeds have won just one of their last 16 Premier League games against Manchester United (D5 L10), beating them 1-0 at Elland Road in September 2002.
- Only Norwich City (50) have conceded more Premier League goals than Leeds United so far this season (46). Since their last clean sheet against Crystal Palace in November, Los Blancos have scored 26 goals in just nine Premier League appearances.
- Manchester United have scored in each of their last 14 Premier League away games, the last failing at Leeds in April (0-0). The Red Devils are the only side to have scored in 100% of their away games in the top flight this season.
- Leeds have lost two of their last three Premier League home games (W1), as many as in their previous 14 at Elland Road (W5 D7).
- Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo’s last Premier League appearance against Leeds was on October 18, 2003 – if he plays in this game it will be the longest gap ever for a player between games against an opponent specific in the competition (18 years 125 days).
How to follow: Watch Leeds vs Manchester United live on Sky Sports main event and Sky Sports Premier Leagueor follow us on our dedicated live match blog with game highlights. Full match summaries will also be posted on the sky sports digital platforms and Sky Sports Football YouTube channel at the final whistle.
Wolves v Leicester – Sunday; kick-off at 4:30 p.m., live sky sports from 4:15 p.m.
Team News: Wolves Boss Bruno Lage has confirmed he has no injury concerns for the first time since joining the club as his side prepare to face Leicester on Sunday.
Joao Moutinho returned to full training on Thursday after missing the last two Premier League games with a calf injury.
Lage has also been boosted by the return of Pedro Neto – who missed 10 months of action with a knee injury – and the 21-year-old winger could potentially make his first appearance of the season this weekend.
Hwang Hee-Chan came off the bench in the dying minutes of Wolves’ 2-0 win at Tottenham last week and is in contention to play more minutes while defenders Willy Boly and Yerson Mosquera also returned to full training .
Provisional squad of wolves…
Sa, Ruddy, Hoever, Ait-Nouri, Marcal, Coady, Jonny, Semedo, Kilman, Boly, Mosquera Toti, Saiss, Neves, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Cundle, Neto, Jimenez, Podence, Trincao, Silva, Chiquinho, Hwang, Campbell .
Leicester rated James Maddison and Caglar Soyuncu after the two had to come off late in the Europa Conference League win over Randers on Thursday.
Midfielder Maddison left the pitch after feeling “bad” and “a little weak”, said boss Brendan Rodgers, and defender Soyuncu later followed with a knee problem.
Checks are also underway on Luke Thomas (hamstring) and Ricardo Pereira, while the game comes too early for Wesley Fofana to make a comeback. The Foxes also have James Justin, Jamie Vardy, Jonny Evans, Timothy Castagne and Ryan Bertrand ruled out.
Provisional squad for Leicester…
Schmeichel, Ward, Jakupovic, Amartey, Pereira, Soyuncu, Vestergaard, Thomas, Barnes, Tielemans, Maddison, Albrighton, Choudhury, Dewsbury-Hall, Mendy, Ndidi, Soumare, Iheanacho, Perez, Daka, Lookman.
- Wolves are winless in their last five Premier League games against Leicester (D3 L2), failing to score a single goal in this series.
- Wolves have won just one of their last five Premier League home games (D2 L2), beating Southampton 3-1 last month. Indeed, only 38% of their points have come in home games this season (14/37), the lowest ratio in the division this season.
- Leicester are winless in their last four Premier League matches (D2 L2), the latest having a longest winless streak in the competition between January and February 2019 under Claude Puel (6 – D1 L5).
- Wolves’ 23 Premier League games this season have seen just 38 goals scored (F21 A17). Their average of 1.65 goals per game is the second lowest in an English top-flight campaign, after Liverpool in 1970-71 (1.57).
- Leicester City are the only team without a clean sheet away in the Premier League this season, scoring 23 goals in 10 road games this term. Overall, they have conceded in each of their last 17 Premier League away games, since a goalless draw against Wolves 378 days ago.
How to follow: Watch Wolves vs Leicester live on Sky Sports main event and Sky Sports Premier Leagueor follow us on our dedicated live match blog with game highlights. Full match summaries will also be posted on the sky sports digital platforms and Sky Sports Football YouTube channel at the final whistle.
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Latest Essential Football Podcast
Premier League preview: Can Spurs trip Man City at the Etihad? | The race for the top four continues with Man Utd, Wolves and Leicester all in action
In the latest Football Essential podcast, host Ron Walker is joined by Joe Shread and Ali Muzaffar to discuss an exciting weekend of Premier League fixtures as Tottenham travel to Manchester City on Saturday while Manchester United, Wolves and Leicester continue to battle for the top four on Sunday.
FIRST PART | After beating Sporting Lisbon 5-0 in the Champions League this week, Manchester City will host Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday Night Football. Pep Guardiola’s side have been imperious in the Premier League this season – can anyone stop the Citizens? Joe Shread and Ali Muzaffar also look at Antonio Conte’s comments about Tottenham’s squad weakening after the January transfer window. Will Conte still be at the club next season?
PART TWO | The stage is set for another Roses Derby as Manchester United travel to Elland Road to take on Leeds on Super Sunday. The Red Devils managed to beat Brighton in their midweek fixture but their poor performance on the pitch was followed by rumors of discord in the dressing room. Meanwhile, Leeds struggled to build on their impressive return to the Premier League last season and could face a relegation battle if their form does not improve.
Joe and Ali discuss Leicester’s clash with Wolves, with the two sides battling for a place in European competition next season. Wolves appear to be a revitalized side under Bruno Lage, while Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester have endured a tough run of results amid injury problems and defensive issues.
Finally, the pair give their verdict on who will finish in the top four this season and claim a coveted Champions League position next season. Tune in to find out who they choose…