Leeds will be looking to get back into the top two after slipping to fifth place by being idle yesterday, while Norwich City went top of the league on 30 points. A win at Wigan would see Leeds go top of the league once again, while a win for 16th placed Wigan would put them at 23 points, level with 9th placed Swansea City, such is the tightness of the Championship at the current moment.
If you’re going to be tuning into the match on your television, it will be carried on beIn Sports HD 2 in the Middle East, Australia, & New Zealand, Sports Max 2 in the Caribbean, Viasport in Norway & Sweden, and Sky Sports Fooball in the UK & Ireland.
However, if online streaming is your thing, you’ll be able to catch the match on ESPN+ in the United States, ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & most of South America, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East, Australia & New Zealand, SportsMax App in the Caribbean, DAZN in Italy, Canada, & Germany, Viaplay in Norway, and Sky Sports GO Extra in Ireland & the UK
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It’s not often you see a manager come out and say that any match is a “must win” game, although that’s not entirely fair to Bielsa to put it that way. Bielsa, like most observers of Leeds, has determined that all the pretty passing and good football that Leeds have been playing has not produced wins at the same rate as it has at the start of the season. So, as he put it, Leeds need to win more of these games, starting today against Wigan.
Stop by for a chat and put in the comments if you think that Leeds need to start picking up more wins to stay in the hunt for the promotion places or if you think as long as Leeds keep not losing matches, that they will be fine.