Leeds United visit Hull City tonight with both teams looking for a win. Leeds hope to reclaim top spot in the league while Hull will be looking to put some distance from themselves and the bottom three, as they sit in 21st place in the table.
Hull haven’t beaten Leeds in four attempts since 2012, and last season’s contests saw Hull fail to score a goal against Leeds, while Leeds was only able to manage one goal in the two contests.
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| Tonight's #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:-— Leeds United (@LUFC) October 2, 2018
Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Douglas, Cooper (c), Jansson, Phillips, Klich, Alioski, Saiz, Harrison, Roberts pic.twitter.com/EFAH9Ubhn5
Here's your Hull City line-up to take on @LUFC this evening…— Hull City (@HullCity) October 2, 2018
* De Wijs is sidelined through injury. Kingsley replaces him in the starting XI.
* Dan Batty returns from injury and starts on the bench.#hcafc | #theTigers pic.twitter.com/9d8Z7AV62w
Marcelo Bielsa doesn’t rotate the team much, so it’s the same starting XI as that faced Sheffield Wednesday, and even the subs bench is exactly the same, and it looks like Hull will play a pretty similar side as well.
The match will be available for both overseas and domestic customers through LUTV, so here’s hoping that the service won’t have too many issues tonight and everyone will get a chance to see the match.
So stop by if you want to chat about the match as it’s going on.