Manchester United and Leeds United meet at Old Trafford tonight in the first of two showdowns this week, with a number of Boosted odds on offer for this contest including an appealing 13/2 shot.
The visitors travel to Old Trafford without a manager following the sacking of Jesse Marsch, with the Whites without a win in seven Premier League matches.
Man United's recent form has stood in stark contrast to their old rivals, with Erik ten Hag's side having lost just once in their last 15 matches in all competitions - to Premier League leaders Arsenal.
The Red Devils are therefore expected to make relatively light work of this Old Trafford contest, on the back of an edgy 2-1 home win over Crystal Palace at the weekend in which Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes both continued their impressive form of late by getting on the scoresheeet.
However, in spite of their poor run of results and lowly 17th position in the Premier League table, Leeds have rarely been beaten heavily during this campaign, and Man United will be mindful of the danger complacency can pose in what is a highly competitive division.
As ever, we have a number of Bet Boosts available for this derby match, including an enticing 13/2 shot below...
Half time Result Man Utd - Full Time Result Man Utd
Marcus Rashford to Score Anytime in the Match
Both Teams to Receive 2+ Cards in the Match - Yes
Was 6/1 >> Now 13/2
It's hard to back against Man United collecting all three points at home to a managerless Leeds given their superb run of form and the Whites' recent struggles, with the Red Devils unbeaten at Old Trafford in the Premier League since going down to Brighton on the opening day of the season.
In Marcus Rashford they boast one of the most in-form players across Europe, with the 25-year-old having struck 11 goals in 13 games since the resumption of domestic football following the World Cup break.
Rashford is a player full of confidence, and he will fancy his chances of hurting a Leeds rearguard who are likely to be conversely lacking in such self-belief, and United will look to give him the ball on the left flank as much as possible.
Given the fierce rivalry shared between these two famous clubs it would come as little surprise to see a feisty affair unfold in Manchester, with United having received at least two bookings in five of their seven league matches since the World Cup break, and Leeds in all six of their games.
Man Utd to Win Both Halves
Bruno Fernandes - Over 1.5 Shots on Target in the Match
Over 8 Corners in the Match
Was 9/1 >> Now 10/1
To Score Two or More Goals:
Was 6/1 >> Now 13/2
Man Utd 3-0
Was 11/1 >> Now 12/1