Elland Road will be rocking tonight as Leeds United take on Birmingham City in what will likely be the best midweek crowd in over a decade.
Top average Championship attendances so far:— bet365 (@bet365) September 12, 2017
Molineux - 28,380
Stadium of Light - 29,878
Villa Park - 30,066
Elland Road - 31,284 pic.twitter.com/T5W9wuJvSb
There hasn’t been this much buzz around a Leeds team in years. Samu Saiz
Remember, for you non-UK fans, the match will be broadcast over LUTV for you to enjoy in all its streaming glory.
@T9Christiansen is urging his side not to rest on their laurels ahead of tonight's Birmingham game. Read more at https://t.co/b3zWwlcqXu pic.twitter.com/fADvUEXGdP— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 12, 2017
Birmingham City has started poorly, but most Leeds fans are taking this game quite seriously as a number of Harry Redknapp’s new signings are quality players that just need some time to gel before going on a run of form. It’s almost important to see that Christiansen is making sure his team is focused on the task at hand and not looking at the table or looking past Birmingham towards the Millwall match at The Den next week.
Here are the lineups
Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 12, 2017
Wiedwald, Ayling, Jansson, Cooper, Anita, O'Kane, Phillips, Alioski, Sáiz, Hernández, Lasogga pic.twitter.com/1KP7KNJPAs
Here's tonight's Blues team to face @LUFC at Elland Road! #BCFC pic.twitter.com/fsS2jHDvur— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) September 12, 2017