Leeds United travels to West London to take on Brentford at Griffin Park as the club looks to once again put some bad losses behind them and get back to winning ways.
The FA has overturned the red card shown to Matty Taylor on Saturday. Wrongful dimissal appeal upheld, 3-game ban withdrawn.— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) October 24, 2017
Leeds last traveled for a Championship match on 21 October, where Leeds traveled to an in-form Bristol City and walked away with all three points and a Gaetano Berardi highlight as the defender headbutted Bristol City’s Matty Taylor and got a three match ban for violent conduct. Bristol City courted a bit of controversy, as manager Lee Johnson claimed that Taylor’s nose had been broken, gotten his red card rescinded, and then went out and played in Bristol City’s victory over Premier League side Crystal Palace.
Of course, Brentford are a bit of an in-form side as well, as their last loss was against Sheffield Wednesday back in September while Leeds are looking to rebound from the loss to Derby County in midweek after taking the lead.
The match is available on Sky Sports in the UK, WatchESPN.com in the United States. Livesoccertv has the listings for most other countries. No LUTV for Leeds fans today!
With all of the streaming options, I’m sure dodgy streams will be available, if you’re into that sort of thing.
EDIT: Here are the lineups
| #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 4, 2017
Lonergan, Ayling, Cooper, Jansson, Berardi, O'Kane, Phillips, Vieira, Alioski, Saiz, Lasogga pic.twitter.com/pgxgsBkowQ
Yennaris, Barbet, and Maupay replace Mokotjo, Dalsgaard, and Vibe for visit of Leeds United #BEESLUFC pic.twitter.com/Ab1y369pVD— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) November 4, 2017