Leeds United take on Middlesbrough at Elland Road tonight in a top-of-the-table clash. And yes, it’s early in the season, but this could be seen as a promotion “six-pointer” given the stakes of having the two top teams currently in the table playing, even if it is in August.
If you can’t be at the match, here’s how to view it. On television, the match is available on Sky Sports Fooball in the UK & Ireland, ESPN Sur in Argentina & most of South America, Sports Max 2 in the Caribbean, Sky HD in Mexico, beIN Sports HD 2 in most of the Middle East, beIN Sports 2 in Australia and New Zealand, TV3 Sport HD in Sweden.
If you’re planning on watching it online, it’s available streaming from ESPN+ in the United States, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand, ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & the rest of South America, and Sports Max App in the Caribbean, LUTV in certain other areas.
Check livesoccertv for more information.
| Your #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:-— Leeds United (@LUFC) August 31, 2018
Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Douglas, Cooper (c), Berardi, Phillips, Klich, Alioski, Harrison, Saiz, Roofe pic.twitter.com/QiHlbemYhC
Here's the #Boro team to play @LUFC, presented by @unibet ⚪️ #UTB pic.twitter.com/XbjJv3KKfp— Middlesbrough FC (@Boro) August 31, 2018
No Pablo Hernandez, which is a blow, but otherwise a pretty much unchanged side from what we’ve been seeing recently.