Leeds United will be looking to extended both the clean sheet streak and undefeated start to the season today as they take on everyone’s least favorite club, Millwall, in South London this afternoon.
Over 3,000 will be in attendance for our Foster's Beamback tomorrow, with tickets still available. Read more at https://t.co/H5TiAr4Wnl pic.twitter.com/wmuBqjYPor— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 15, 2017
Remember, this match will not be televised in the UK on Sky Sports, so if you want to watch the match live in the UK, either head on over to Elland Road, find a pub with a dodgy stream, or find a dodgy stream yourself. The club is hosting a Beamback to Elland Road of the match, and it sounds like they already have over 3,000 people signed up with room for more. And yeah, it might sound a little silly to go to the home ground to watch a football match that is being played hundreds of miles away, but hey, a ticket gets you a drink and you get to hang out with a bunch of other Leeds fans and it beats sitting around a laptop at your house, right?
Outside of the UK and Ireland, you can watch the match on LUTV. The price of the match is £5 for international streaming. The streaming hasn’t been issue free, but it’s worked pretty good so far this season. And yes, for overseas fans, it will be sitting around a laptop at your house, but it still beats not being able to see it at all.
Check out our Match Preview for more information about the match.
Listen to Mighty Whites Podcast as Jack, KC, and Connie talk about the Millwall match, and take a look at our Staff Predictions where we all give our opinions about how the match will go for Leeds.
Stop on by during the match to have a chat with other fans.
Here are the lineups.
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) September 16, 2017
Here is your #Millwall team.@AidenObrien22 and Fred Onyedinma have been added to the starting XI, while @shane_fergie is on the bench. pic.twitter.com/03Z4DcHspJ
#LUFC line-up presented by @Ladbrokes— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 16, 2017
Wiedwald, Anita, Jansson, Shaughnessy, Ayling, O'Kane, Phillips, Saiz, Hernandez, Alioski, Lasogga pic.twitter.com/uBmCExjh4P
I guess Little Lasogga waits for daddy to get done playing another match and Cooper can’t go.