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Manchester United vs Leeds: bet365 offering £50 in free bets to new customers


bet365 are offering £50 in free bets to new customers if they bet £10 on Manchester United vs Leeds on Wednesday night.

The first game of the Roses double-header this week sees managerless Leeds travel to Old Trafford, and punters could take advantage of Leeds’ poor form by claiming £50 in free bets if they sign up to bet with bet365 ahead of the game.

What has become something of a nightmare start to 2023 for Leeds looks set to continue this week, with back-to-back meetings with Manchester United that could leave them in the bottom three.

A miserable run of just two wins since August saw Jesse Marsch finally dismissed from the dugout on Monday, with the club confirming backroom staff Michael Skubala, Paco Gallardo and Chris Armas will take charge of the Roses trip to Old Trafford.

For a fanbase already itching nervously and looking at the relegation places - despite an impressive January in the transfer market - the timing could not be worse as they travel to face their rivals, who couldn’t be in a better place.

Marcus Rashford is arguably the most in-form player in the Premier League right now and confidence is high at Old Trafford, with Rashford and Bruno Fernandes both on target in a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace.

That meant it was 13 consecutive home wins for Erik ten Hag’s side, leaving them third in the league ahead of what is a very busy month, with two meetings with Barcelona to come as well as a Carabao Cup final with Newcastle.

An emphatic home win is expected on both sides ahead of Leeds’ visit over the Pennines.

Bet Builder for Manchester United vs Leeds United

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Manchester United vs Leeds United Betting Odds

Here are the latest odds for Manchester United vs Leeds, 8pm (GMT) kick off:

  • Manchester United to win: 1/2
  • Draw: 4/1
  • Leeds United: 5/1
Will Jackson

Will Jackson

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