Man U won this fixture 6-2 last season, to record the highest scoring H2H yet and keep their unbeaten H2H record at Old Trafford alive (W10, D6).
Man U is chasing their first PL title since 2012/13 and will like to start of on a good foot. New signing Jadon Sancho will bring much needed pace to the Man U attack. The former Dortmund man come here with an impressive record and we could see great things from him.
Leeds finished last season with 4 wins fornthe first time in their top flight history and they finished in a respectable 9th position last term.
However, their away record was not great and they conceded the second most 1st half goals for the season. So a fast start from Man U looks likely here.
Man U will win this one and comfortably so.