- Chris Sobey
This weekend’s domestic football action gets underway tonight with a top-six Championship clash between fourth place Leeds and third place Sheffield United at Elland Road. This is the first time the teams have met since 2010 and as they are both in good form it’s a tough result to call. Leeds have lost their last two games at home against Reading 1-0 last weekend and away to Leicester 3-1 midweek in the League Cup and that match could catch up with them today and Sheffield United look like the value call today. Theresa a big weekend ahead of Premier League action and the match of the day on Saturday is the lunchtime kick-off between joint second Manchester United and Spurs and on current from United look worth opposing on the exchanges or by backing Spurs on the handicap.