Leeds and Aston Villa go head-to-head at Elland Road on Sunday at 4:30pm (UK time).
After a shock 5-2 away defeat to Brentford in their last Premier League game, Leeds return to Elland Road looking to go unbeaten in their first four home league games of a season for the first time since 1992 against an Aston Villa side that have lost their three away games this campaign by an aggregate score of 7-2.
Steven Gerrard’s men kept their first clean sheet of the season with a 1-0 win against Southampton in their final game before the international break at Villa Park thanks to a first half strike from Jacob Ramsey and will be looking to win back-to-back games for the first time since May last term.
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Jesse Marsch insistent that Jack Harrison exit is “non-negotiable”
After an impressive start to the season that saw Jack Harrison provide three assists and score one goal in his opening four appearances, it was no surprise that both Newcastle and Tottenham were linked with a move for the winger. The former Man City man created more chances (7) and more big chances (2) than any other player in gameweek 1 against Wolves, forming an impressive partnership with Rodrigo, a player he assisted in each of the first three games of the season.
These performances have seen rumours of a new, improved contract being discussed with the forward and Jesse Marsch has made it clear to anyone that may come sniffing in January that he is not for sale.
“Jack has been great,” said Marsch.
“From day one he’s been one of the players who has adapted best to what we’re trying to do now. He’s having a really excellent start to the season and so he’s happy here. I haven’t even discussed anything with Jack about transfers because, for us, it’s a non-negotiable situation.
“Jack has even more room for improvement and he will continue to do so.”
Premier League 2022/23 recent form:
- Leeds: DWLDL
- Aston Villa: LLLDW
Scoreline prediction: Leeds 2-1 Aston Villa
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