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Leeds United v Norwich City: Preview, TV Schedule & How to Watch the Championship Online

A top of the table clash at Elland Road

Norwich City v Leeds United - Sky Bet Championship Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images

Match: Leeds United v Norwich City

Date: 2 February 2019

Time: 17.30 BST, 12.30 AM EDT, 14.30 ART

Venue: Elland Road

Television: Sky Sports Football in the UK/Ireland, SportsMax in the Caribbean, beIN Sports 2 in New Zealand & Australia, beIN Sports HD 12 in the Middle East, Viasport 2 in Norway, and TV3 Sport HD in Sweden

Streaming: LUTV in a number of different countries, ESPN+ in the United States, SportsMax App in the Caribbean, beIN Sports Connect in New Zealand, & Australia, DAZN in Germany Canada, Italy, Austria, & Switzerland, ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & South America, Viaplay in Norway & Sweden, and Sky GO Extra in the UK/Ireland

Check livesoccertv for additional information.

All-time Record: Leeds v Norwich: 23W 16D 19L

Reverse Fixture: 25 August 2018: Norwich 0-3 Leeds

Leeds host Norwich as both teams will be looking to put some distance between themselves and the rest of the league. Leeds are three points ahead of Norwich on top of the league, while Norwich are three points above Sheffield United.

Sheffield United will be able to catch Norwich should they win their match against Bolton Wanderers at Bramall Lane before kickoff between Leeds and Norwich, meaning that both Norwich and Leeds should approach this match as an automatic promotion six-pointer.

As has become his habit at Leeds, Marcelo Bielsa named his starting XI in the press conference, so barring any last-minute changes, the team that will take the pitch against Norwich isn’t changed very much from the team that faced off against Rotherham United last weekend, with Pontus Jansson coming back into the team at central defender for Kalvin Phillips and Tyler Roberts coming in for Jack Clarke.

Perhaps this will mean that Phillips will be used as a replacement for Adam Forshaw and Clarke can once again be a terrorizing force coming off the bench in the second half. Barry Douglas is fit enough to make the bench, but perhaps not fit enough to get the starting nod.

Norwich are an attacking team as well, so don’t expect them to lie back and allow Leeds to run riot like the previous match at Carrow Road. Teemu Pukki has scored 18 goals for Norwich this season, and the ever dangerous Jordan Rhodes is also in the team. Our friends from My Football Writer also said that Marco Stiepermann is one to watch out for, and asute Leeds fans will note that Emi Buendía was at on loan at Cultural Leónesa last season, and was one of the few bright spots in that team’s dismal season last year.

This should be a brilliant game for neutrals to watch, as neither team is likely to play for a draw, but Leeds should have the advantage of having a fired-up Elland Road behind them.