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Red Devils' next match will be the Manchester Derby without CRISTIANO

Man Utd game called off due to lack of police force against Leeds

By Harry Smith

Man Utd game called off due to lack of police force against Leeds
Man Utd game called off due to lack of police force against Leeds
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Sunday's game will also be postponed due to a lack of police elements to carry out the match in a normal and safe manner. It will be the second game postponed by the Red Devils, the first of them due to the funeral events of Queen Elizabeth II, in general to show respect, no team played last weekend.

There will be three games not played this weekend in the Premier League, with Brighton vs Crystal Palace, scheduled to be played on Saturday, Chelsea vs Liverpool on Sunday, and the aforementioned Manchester United hosting Leeds.

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That means Man Utd's next game in the Premier League will be when they visit neighbours Manchester City, which will be a very tough match to play. Pep Guardiola's team is on a positive run, as they are fighting for the lead, and according to betting sites they are the favourites to win the current Premier League.

The manager, Erik ten Hag, will have his first experience of the Manchester derby, a game that represents a high risk and that is played with greater intensity because it means a direct rival, as well as betting his money. Cristiano Ronaldo is not part of the starting eleven, a reason that will keep him away from having the expected prominence from the Portuguese.

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It will be a crucial match for the Red Devils' aspirations, recently Erik ten Hag made it clear that his offensive support will be based on the English striker, Marcus Rashford, who has the full confidence of the coach, as he predicts a season of over 20 goals for Rashford.


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