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Man City Vs Leeds: Where To Watch

Man City Vs Leeds: Where To Watch

Leeds United will finally return to Premier League action on Wednesday evening against Manchester City, and here is a rundown of the crucial facts concerning the Whites’ Elland Road clash with City.

When is Leeds vs. City?

Jesse Marsch’s Whites will return to Premier League play against City on Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at Elland Road, after a six-and-a-half week break.

Is the game on television?

Yes. The competition, which was originally scheduled for Boxing Day, has been changed to Wednesday night for live coverage on Amazon Prime Video. A monthly subscription to Amazon Prime Video costs £8.99. The YEP will provide live coverage of the game from Elland Road via our live blog.

How do you rate United’s chances?

Not good. Defending champions and heavy favorites to win the title At 1-3, City are heavy favorites to depart Elland Road with all three points. Leeds is available at 9-1, while the draw is available at 5-1. Erling Haaland, a Leeds-born City striker sensation, is just 12-5 to score first, 1-2 to score at any moment, and 8-1 to score a hat-trick.

What is the latest team news?

Leeds are without Stuart Dallas (fractured femur) and Luis Sinisterra (foot/Lisfranc), while Tyler Adams is suspended. Archie Gray had lately been out with an ankle injury but was not listed as one of the players out or doubtful by Whites boss Jesse Marsch during his pre-match press conference, although it is natural to be skeptical.

Dallas, Sinisterra, and Adams were joined in sitting out last week’s final pre-season friendly against AS Monaco by Patrick Bamford (groin/illness), Liam Cooper (calf), Jack Harrison (adductor), Illan Meslier (glandular fever), Mateusz Klich (illness), Rodrigo (hamstring tightness), and Crysencio Summerville (ankle). Marsch, on the other hand, was certain that everyone save Dallas and Sinisterra would be back in training before the City game. Sonny Perkins, a youngster, too did not play in Monaco, and there was no word on his whereabouts.

Julian Alvarez is basically out for City after manager Pep Guardiola stated that the Argentine international would have seven to ten days off following the World Cup final on Sunday, December 18 – exactly ten days before the Leeds match.

Ex-Whites star Kalvin Phillips, who Guardiola says come back at training overweight after the World Cup break and did not make the matchday squad for last Thursday’s return to play against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup, has also been questioned. Ruben Dias of Portugal was also ruled out after suffering a hamstring issue during the World Cup.

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