Although at 5/1 and the odds being relatively high, Manchester United will travel to Elland Road during a period of topsy-turvy form where they seem to create an array of chances each game, but fail to score more than two goals.
Now, against a Leeds side who they have beaten 5-1 and 6-2 and drew 0-0 with since their return to the Premier League, at 5/1, we're backing the Red Devils to finally convert some chances after a comfortable 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion.
Leeds also lost 3-0 recently to an out-of-form Everton, and moreover, given how only Norwich City have conceded more than their 46 goals this campaign, Cristiano Ronaldo will be chomping at the bit to get his first goal against another club in his illustrious career following a great goal against Brighton.
83 shots have come in the past four games for United, which has only resulted in five goals, and with Marcelo Bielsa expected to go for it once again, this will only play into Ralf Rangnick's hands. We think the scoreline could be high again, but not as drastic as previous games given United's unpredictable form.