When is Leeds United v Manchester City?Marco Bielsa’s men welcome Pep Guardiola, who cites the Leeds boss as a hero, and his City team on Saturday October 3 with a 5.30pm kick off.
It’ll be behind closed doors at Elland Road and will be available to watch live on Sky Sports.
- Saturday, October 3, 2020 - 5.30pm: Leeds United v Manchester City
Who is the Leeds United v Manchester City Favourite?It’s perhaps no surprise that Manchester City are big favourites with the top bookmakers, with Unibet pricing them at 7/20.
It certainly won’t be as simple as that though, with Leeds taking Liverpool all the way in their opener, and with City’s problems at the back we certainly expect the West Yorkshire side to at least make them sweat.
Leeds can be backed at 7/1 to win the game, with the draw priced around 9/2.
Probable Line-UpsLeeds United (4-1-4-1): Meslier; Ayling, Koch, Llorente, Dallas; Phillips; Costa, Klich, Roberts, Alioski; Bamford
Manchester City (4-2-3-1): Ederson; Walker, Dias, Laporte, Mendy; Fernandinho, Rodri; Mahrez, De Bruyne, Foden; Sterling
Head-to-HeadThe two sides haven’t met since 2013, so it’s perhaps not worth taking too much insight from previous meetings.
The sides last met in the FA Cup with Manchester City coming out 4-0 winners.
Their last league meeting came in 2004, when Leeds won 2-1, and plenty of fans of the side will be hoping for a similar outcome this time around.
In total, it’s a pretty even contest, with Leeds having beaten Manchester City 42 times, with the Blues taking 45 contests.
There have been 17 draws in this fixture.
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Our Leeds United v Manchester City PredictionsAnd a draw is an outcome which could be very tempting this time out. A draw can be backed with Betsafe at 459/100, with the score draw around the same price.
2-2 looks good value in the correct score market at 14/1 which is certainly one of the bolder Premier League predictions of the weekend, but the newly promoted side have fought hard and could have enough to take something from this one.
Of course, City could equally run away with the game, and a City win and BTTS could be worth backing at 5/4.
Phil Foden has been impressive so far this season and an anytime goal from him at 11/10 is also worth a bet. He can be backed anytime and City to win at 6/5, while a Foden goal and a draw at 14/1 may also be worth an outside punt or free bet.
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