The game kicks off at 12:30 (UK) on Saturday 10 April and is available to watch on BT Sport for viewers in the UK.
However, you can also keep up to date with all the action as it unfolds via our Matchday Centre on mancity.com and the official app as well as on Twitter: @ManCity.
Following the match, a comprehensive match report and reaction from Pep Guardiola and a player will be available to view on mancity.com and our official app.
And if you miss the action entirely, a full-match replay of proceedings will also be available to view with a CITY+ subscription from midnight.
For fans living outside of the UK, check out our Global TV Listings at the foot of this page to find out how you can tune in.
We’re Not Really Here
Midfield duo Michael Brown and Kevin Horlock will be special guests for our We’re Not Really Here live show.
WNRH is available to watch on all of our digital platforms and gets underway an hour before kick-off, providing more City-steered coverage.
Brown and Horlock will join presenter Natalie Pike in the studio, before returning to analyse the match at both half-time and after the final whistle.
At full-time, the duo will answer some of your questions and, time permitting, react to the post-match thoughts of Pep Guardiola and a player.
Viewer interaction is always welcomed on We’re Not Really Here so, if you want to get involved, use #WNRH on Twitter.
"I hope we are prepared to compete. We are four games away and tomorrow is a big step. The players know from the first game how difficult it was and tomorrow will not be an exception.
"It’s a challenge. We are so close - we need three wins and one draw - and when you play at home it is an opportunity.
"I admire a lot of things they [Leeds] do, especially how they behave on the pitch. It doesn't matter the opposition or competition. They demand you do things you are not used to."
Referee: Andre Marriner Assistants: Scott Ledger, Richard West Fourth official: Peter Bankes VAR: David Coote Assistant VAR: Peter Kirkup.
City’s scintillating form continued in midweek, with Phil Foden’s later winner enough to edge out Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the first leg of our Champions League quarter-final.
In the process, it extended our unprecedented run of 27 victories in our last 28 matches, and another triumph would move us 17 points clear at the Premier League summit for 24 hours at least.
Nonetheless, Leeds also come into the game brimming with confidence, with consecutive 2-1 wins over Fulham and Sheffield United respectively rekindling faint hopes of a push for Europe.
City and Leeds played out a thoroughly entertaining 1-1 draw under the Elland Road lights in October’s reverse fixture.
Raheem Sterling gave us a deserved early lead, firing a devastating low drive into the bottom corner of Ilan Meslier’s net after jinking his way through a couple of challenges.
But the hosts rallied after half-time, and were back on level terms when Rodrigo stabbed home from a corner after City failed to clear their lines.
The point left Pep Guardiola’s men 11th in the table, with one win, one draw and one defeat from our opening three games of the season.
Significantly, this was Ruben Dias’ first match in a City shirt, with the Portuguese centre-half demonstrating the kind of defensive qualities we have now become accustomed to in an impressive debut display.
Check out the TV listings below to find out where you can watch the game, wherever you are in the world.