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Morning Leeds-in for 3 September 2017: Leeds United Ladies take on Nottingham Forest Ladies

Plus World Cup Qualifiers continue with Leeds players in action

Despite Price Rises The British Love Of A Cup Of Tea Endures Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

While the men’s first team takes the weekend off for international break, the Leeds United Ladies are still in action. After an impressive 1-0 home win over Chester Le Street last weekend, LULFC are back in action in the FA WPL Cup against Nottingham Forest. We previewed the match here, and it’s only 3 quid for adults to get in, so no reason not to head on down to Nottingham and see the match.

Additionally, the Leeds United Ladies have announced that they’ll be playing their home matches at Garforth Town. Season tickets are only £25 for all of the matches, so it’s an incredible deal to see them in action all season. All Leeds Aren’t We!

Leeds United Links

Gjanni Alioski started and played the whole 90’ as Macedonia beat Israel. [BBC.com]

Pontus Jansson and Sweden take on Belarus at the Borisov Arena, live on Sky Sports at 17.00 BST [Sky Sports.com]

England and English football Links

The #Game4Grenfell charity match raised money for the survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy as a team coached by England Legend Alan Shearer took on a team coached by Les Ferdinand at Loftus Road, home of Queens Park Rangers. [Sky Sports]

Four Four Two broke down the transfer windows for the Premier League clubs. [FourFourTwo.com]

While the top two leagues took a break, League One was still in action, with Pep Clotet’s Oxford United earning a point on the road at Milton Keynes and Charlton Athletic beating Oldham 4-3 on the road. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

Houston Dynamo of the MLS and the Houston Dash of the NWSL have pledged $1 million for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. [MLSSoccer.com]

Spain and Italy played a football match. Perhaps you heard about it. [BBC.com]

Republic of Ireland had the settle for a 1-1 draw against Georgia. Bet if O’Kane played, they would have won. [BBC.com]

Wales beat Austria 1-0 after Liverpool teenager Ben Woodburn scored a famous winner in Cardiff. [Sky Sports]