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Leeds v Sheffield Wednesday: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch the Championship Online

Leeds take on the blue half of Sheffield in the late Championship fixture on Saturday

Leeds United V Sheffield Wednesday - Sky Bet Championship

Match: Leeds United v Sheffield Wednesday

Date: 13 April 2019

Time: 17.30 BST, 12.00 EDT, 13.00 ART

Venue: Elland Road, Leeds, England

Television: beIN Sports 3 in Australia, SportsMax 2 in the Caribbean, Fox Sports 1 in Nigeria & most of Africa, Viasport 2 in Norway, TV3 Sport in Sweden, Sky HD in Mexico and Central America, Sky GO Extra in the UK & Ireland

Streaming: LUTV in a number of different areas, ESPN+ in the United States, BeIN Sports Connect in Australia & New Zealand, DAZN in Germany Canada, Italy, Austria, & Switzerland, ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & South America, and Viaplay in Norway, Denmark & Sweden, Sportx Max App in the Caribbean, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event in the UK and Ireland

Check livesoccertv for additional information.

All-time Record: Leeds v Sheffield Wednesday: 38W 25D 33L

Reverse Fixture: 28 September 2018: Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Leeds


Leeds United face Sheffield Wednesday with an eye on the results from earlier in the day, as Sheffield United can leapfrog over Leeds and reclaim second place before a ball is even kicked at Elland Road. Sheffield United host Millwall at Bramall Lane, and unless the relegation threatened visitors from South London are able to pick up a victory on the road for the first time in about a month, Sheffield United are likely to be ahead on at least goal difference going into the match.

Leeds will field an unchanged side, as Marcelo Bielsa rarely rotates or changes his team unless he is forced to by injury. He’ll occasionally drop some one for a loss of form, but he’s usually one to let players try to play their way through slumps. However if Leeds are down early in the second half, don’t be surprised to see Kemar Roofe, Leeds United’s leading scorer, get subbed in.

The promotion race is now down to five games, and Bielsa has set the expectation that the team should be able to win all five of them if they wish to be promoted. Here we go.