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Manchester United to win
Manchester United beat Sheffield United 3-2 on Thursday night and are now unbeaten in six in the Premier League, with five wins and a draw against Manchester City during that run.
They should beat Leeds, who won 5-2 against Newcastle in midweek but have lost four of their last seven in the Premier League.
Over 3.5 goals
This bet has landed in six of Man Utd’s last seven matches in all competitions.
Expect more goals when they face an exciting Leeds side that have been involved in two 4-3s, two 4-1s and a 5-2 in their first season back in the Premier League.
Patrick Bamford to score
Bamford scored Leeds’ first goal against Newcastle in midweek, meaning he’s now netted nine in 13 Premier League games this term.
Seven of the 27-year-old’s goals have come away from home, so he looks a good bet to get on the scoresheet at Old Trafford.
Over 3.5 cards
This should be a fiery affair as two old rivals reunite in the Premier League.
Leeds are fifth in the Premier League cards table with 22 yellows so far, while Man Utd are ninth and are coming off a match in which five players were booked.
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