Leeds, on the other hand, look to rebound from their loss at Birmingham City after winning five matches in seven games.
Samu Saiz returns to the starting lineup and Conor Shaughnessy returns to the bench, with Eunan O’Kane now fit enough to be included in the lineup. Pawel Cibicki also takes a seat while everyone else stays in their positions. It’s a bit of a risk to not rotate the lineup after the team looked like they needed rest against Brum, but hey, if isn’t broke, don’t fix it, right?
The match is on Sky TV in the UK and Ireland, and streaming on WatchESPN.com in the United States. BeIN Sports Australia 2 is showing the match, and streaming on beIN Sports Connect in Australia, and beIN Sports 2 New Zealand and beIN Sports Connect in New Zealand as well. It will be shown on DAZN in Canada. If you’re on holiday someplace else and want to know where to go to see the match, take a look at livesoccertv to see where the match will be shown in your neck of the woods.