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Salford City v Leeds: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch the League Cup online

Drink a Carabao and watch Leeds everyone!

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Match: Salford City v Leeds United

Date: 13 August 2019

Time: 19.45 BST, 2.45 PM EDT, 15.45 ART

Venue: Peninsula Stadium, Salford, England

Television: beIN Sports 1 in Australia; Viasport 1 in Norway; Sky Sport 7 in New Zealand; Viasat Football in Finland; beIN Sports HD 11 & beIN Sports HD3 in the Middle East and North Africa; Eleven Sports 1 Poland; Sky Sports Football in the UK & Ireland

Streaming: LUTV in a number of different areas, ESPN+ (Free seven-day trial + Monthly Subscription) in the United States; BeIN Sports Connect in, North Arfica, the Middle East, Australia & New Zealand; DAZN in Germany Canada, Spain, Austria, & Switzerland; ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & South America; Viaplay in Norway, Denmark & Sweden; Sky Go Extra in the UK and Ireland

Check livesoccertv for additional information.

Leeds United travel today to take on League football newcomers Salford City in the League Cup. The club part-owned by former Manchester United’s “Class of 1992” has finally made it up the ladder all the way to the Football League and will play against such legendary clubs as Forest Green and Macclesfield Town.

In all seriousness, the tale of a small club that has made it up the ladder is in stark contrast to the sad tales of clubs such as Bolton Wanderers and Bury, who are teetering on the edge of extinction. Salford City’s status as a “project” of famous former footballers gives it a rather glamourous tint, but it’s still a small club that has achieved League status, something that would be otherwise celebrated.

Leeds will almost certainly play a “weakened” side with plenty of players that haven’t featured so far in the two league matches getting a chance to impress, along with a couple regular first-team players as well. This should be a victory for Leeds, but nothing is ever that simple with Leeds, now is it?