For the first time in over 16 years, Leeds United and Manchester United will go toe to toe in the Premier League.
It feels like an eternity since they last met, but here we are, presented with arguably the fixture of the weekend.
One thing is for certain when Leeds play United this weekend, it will be an exhilarating game of lung-busting football.
Bielsa’s teams always take the game to the opposition and that has been no different against the top sides this season.
They scored three goals at Anfield and very nearly beat Arsenal, drawing 0-0 at Elland Road. Leeds also held Manchester City to a draw at home but they would love nothing more than to get one over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side on Sunday.
So who will be the key to victory? The likes of Patrick Bamford and Jack Harrison will have a big say but the end result could come down to who the teams can bring off the bench.
Pablo Hernandez has been a shadow of his former self this season and the £19k-a-week magician has started just twice for Bielsa.
The multiple Leeds Player of the Year simply has to be unleashed on United, though, whether it be as a starter or as a replacement.
All of the talk has been about Rodrigo this season and deservedly so – he is the club’s record signing. That being said, the elder statesman in Hernandez still has an enormous role to play in the Leeds side.
He was absolutely phenomenal in an eight-minute cameo against Newcastle in midweek. The Spaniard was at the top of his game and proved what he can do in such a short space of time.
This was the Hernandez of old running riot, and to quote Phil Hay, he was playing like the “demon” we all know he can be.
Of course, the 35-year-old’s best days are behind him but against a United defence who are far from sturdy, he could be key to unlocking the door.
Even if Hernandez is brought on as a substitute, he has all the ingredients to trouble Leeds’ fierce rivals.