See, that looks nice, right?
See you tomorrow #Together pic.twitter.com/cdYNRLPhSI— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 18, 2017
Yeah, so there is going to be a “visual display” against Middlesbrough today. Will it look like this before the match kicks off? I have no idea. Will people be upset about it no matter what? Of course they will be.
Former Leeds United manager Garry Monk is coming back to Elland Road with Middlesbrough after leaving Leeds in the summer. You might have heard about it. Anyway, this match is about as a “must win” as you can get in November, although we’ve been saying that all of these matches are “must win” for like a month now, only to see Leeds lose most of them. Leeds are sitting in 11th place right now after Saturday’s action and really must start winning matches again if the club wants to be in the playoff discussion at the end of the season.
Check out our Match Preview and listen to the Mighty Whites Podcast before the match.
How to Watch
The match is available on Sky Sports Football in the UK, WatchESPN.com in the United States, and DAZN in Canada. Livesoccertv has more listings, or check whatever channel/streaming service has the rights to EFL Championship in your local area.
Please note that the match will NOT be available from LUTV.
The match starts at 13.15 GMT, 8.15 EST for those in the United States or Canada.
EDIT: Here are the lineups
| #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 19, 2017
Lonergan, Ayling, Cooper, Jansson, Berardi, Vieira, Phillips, Saiz, Hernandez, Alioski, Roofe pic.twitter.com/lcvd2EOBFi
Here's the #Boro team, brought to you by @Coral ⚪️#UTB pic.twitter.com/kWOwXMpL6H— Middlesbrough FC (@Boro) November 19, 2017