Leeds United are currently in a transitional phase, as the smoldering wreckage of the playoff dream was left on the side of the road after the loss at Middlesbrough, whereas Wolves fans are already picking out spots for the parade and figuring out all the best train options to visit Old Trafford, The Emirates Stadium, and the London Stadium next year. It appears Leeds head coach Paul Heckingbottom isn’t afraid to start the youth, so we’ll see what happens now.
If you’re not down at Elland Road tonight, the match will be broadcast on Sky TV. For most international customers, this match will NOT be a LUTV match, although if you’re in places where it is usually your only option, such as Nepal, Japan, Pakistan, India, Italy, Spain, or Portugal, LUTV will still carry the match. Here is the club’s list of places where you’ll be able to catch the match on the LUTV stream.
For everyone else, since this is a Sky TV match, this means your local Championship rights broadcast holder has the match, either on TV or streaming.
In the United States, that means the match will be streamed on WatchESPN.com. In Australia and New Zealand, the match will be shown on beIN Sports 2 and beIN Sports Connect. beIN Sports Arabia 6 will and beIN Sports Connect Arabia is the way to view the match in most of the Middle East. In the Caribbean, SportsMax will have the match, DAZN in Canada and parts of Europe, and Sky TV in Mexico.
Check livesoccertv for more info if you don’t see where you are planning on viewing the match located.
News is currently breaking that Leeds youngster Bailey Peacock-Farrell will be starting between the pipes, which is pretty big news.
Heckingbottom taking the plunge with his goalkeepers - Bailey Peacock-Farrell starts tonight. #lufc— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) March 7, 2018
Here is the rest of the lineup: