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Manchester United and Leeds go head-to-head twice this week in two crunch Premier League clashes - but, much to the dismay of the fans, the first encounter on Wednesday will not be televised in the UK.
The bitter rivals were first scheduled to play at Old Trafford back in September last year, before it was postponed and eventually pushed back to February 8.
United and Leeds will play again on Sunday, this time at Elland Road. American coach Chris Armas - formerly the assistant coach under Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford - is currently set to be in charge of Leeds for both games.
Leeds are at this point managerless in the wake of Jesse Marsch's sacking but desperately need points on the board, with only three separating them in 17th and Southampton at the foot of the table.
United, meanwhile, are looking to force their way into title contention, currently sat eight points behind Arsenal - though having played a game more. However, the fans won't be able to watch the