Defence, Midfield and Attack
One man who has taken his chance to shine since the arrival of Ralf Rangnick as manager is Dalot. The Portuguese star appears to have made the right-back spot his own and is now comfortably ahead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the pecking order.
Varane had to pull out of the starting XI in the last game due to illness but he should be back it the mix this time around.
A lot of controversy has surrounded Maguire and the Manchester United captaincy over the past couple of days, and the English international would surely be looking to put in a big performance against Leeds United.
After competing with Telles for the first-team spot, it looks like Shaw is back as the starting left-back at Manchester United.
All things considered, McTominay has had a decent time in recent weeks and should be expected to start.
Pogba has been excellent ever since making his return to the pitch from his injury. He has taken to Ralf Rangnick’s system like a duck to water, and should be back in the starting XI for this one after coming off the bench last time around.
Elanga started in the game against Brighton & Hove Albion, and Manchester United won, scoring twice, so there is not any reason to tweak things there.
Fernandes scored in the previous game, which is a huge boost for Manchester United.
Sancho has shown glimpses in recent times that he is starting to find his best form in a Manchester United shirt. He would be expected to get a good run of games.
Ronaldo ended his goalscoring drought in the previous game and this is a great chance for him to add a few more to his tally.