Leeds United travel to West London to take on Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road today. QPR is winless in five straight matches while Leeds are looking to get back into the playoff mix, as the Whites are five points behind Derby County for 6th in the Championship table.
Leeds hope that this trip to London will be more fruitful than the previous two trips this season, as Leeds lost both the match against Millwall and the match against QPR’s neighbours, Brentford.
The match will be shown international on a variety of places, as this match, while not on Sky, will be shown internationally by local rights holders. This means that for US fans, the match will be shown on ESPN3 or WatchESPN.com starting at 10.00 AM EST. In Canada, the match will be shown on DAZN Canada. In much of Europe the match will be shown on DAZN as well. In Australia, the match will be shown on beIN SPORTS 2 Australia, and in New Zealand the match will be shown on beIN SPORTS 2 New Zealand or beIN Sports Connect New Zealand. As usual, Livesoccertv has you covered.
LUTV will be showing the match if you live in, or will be watching from, a list of 33 countries, as the Leeds Official website tweeted out yesterday. Italy, Spain, and Portugal are three of the countries on this list, as well as North and South Korea, Taiwan, and Nepal.
Otherwise, if you’re local, check out the beamback that Leeds will be hosting at Elland Road, as they have done for almost all of the matches that haven’t been televised on local TV. You can also listen on BBC Radio Leeds (but not online) or take a chance on one of those dodgy streams.
EDIT: Here are the lineups for both Leeds and QPR.