Millwall vs Leeds: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

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Marcelo Bielsa's side travel to the Den as they face Millwall in their first game after the international break

Leeds United travel to south London to take on Millwall at the Den on Saturday to continue in a long-running rivalry between the two clubs. 

Marcelo Bielsa's side have got off to a flying start, currently sitting top of the table with 14 points and unbeaten in the league. 

Millwall haven't had quite the same success, losing three games in a row and accumulating just five points so far, with their last game against Swansea just before the international break ending in a 2-1 defeat. 

The two sides met at the exact same weekend last season, when Leeds were also top of the table and on an unbeaten run, resulting in a 1-0 win for Millwall. The reverse fixture at Elland Road also saw the Lions take three points, winning 4-3. 

Here is everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's fixture.

Game Millwall vs Leeds
Date Saturday, September 15
Time 3:00pm BST / 10:00am EST

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch


In the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US) the game will not be shown on TV, however fans can live stream the game via iFollow or can listen to audio coverage on LUTV.  

US TV channel Online stream
NA iFollow 

Squads & Team News


Position Millwall players
Goalkeepers Archer, Amos, Martin
Defenders McLaughlin, Meredith, Hutchinson, Cooper, Romeo, Webster, M.Wallace
Midfielders Williams, J.Wallace, Ferguson Tunnicliffe, Karacan, Skalak, Leonard
Forwards Gregory, Bradshaw, Elliott, Morison, O'Brien

Shaun Hutchinson is the only player out injured from Neil Harris' side. New signings Tom Bradshaw and Ryan Leonard might get their debuts for the club. 

Potential Millwall starting XI:  Archer, McLaughlin, M. Wallace, Cooper, Meredith, J.Wallace, Leonard, Williams, O’Brien, Gregory, Morison.

Position Leeds players
Goalkeepers Peacock-Farrell, Blackman, Huffer
Defenders Douglas, Ayling, Cooper, Jansson, Pearce, Phillips, Berardi, Shaughnessy, Diaz, Struijk
Midfielders Forsaw, Dallas, Hernandez, Baker, Nicell, Klich, Shackleton, Rey, Harrison, Brown
Forwards Roofe, Alioski, Roberts, Saiz, Edmondson, Dalby, Bamford

Marcelo Bielsa's side have been plagued by injuries with Patrick Bamford, Gaetano Berardi, Jamie Shackleton, Kemar Roofe and Pablo Hernandez all out for the foreseeable future. 

With Roofe and Bamford out, forward Tyler Roberts is set to make his league debut for the club.

Potential Leeds United starting XI:  Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Jansson, Cooper, Douglas, Phillips, Harrison, Klich, Saiz, Alioski, Roberts


Betting & Match Odds


Leeds come into the game as slight favourites, Bet365 placing the away side at 6/4 for a win.  A Millwall win is priced at 2/1, while a draw is 12/5.


Match Preview


Neil Harris, Millwall

Leeds have got off to a good start in the Championship after an unbeaten run in the league and will want three points to retain their position when they face Millwall on Saturday. Meanwhile the Lions are currently 16th, having won just one game so far and off the back of three losses in a row. 

Millwall forward Lee Gregory spoke about the Lions recent form and how they're moving on from their recent defeats.  

“We’re forgetting about the bad week,” he said ahead of Saturday's match. 

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“It’s about starting fresh, and what a game to come back into – Leeds at home is one that it doesn’t get much bigger than for Millwall. The break has been good – but then again, when you make mistakes like we did [against Swansea] then you want to rectify them as soon as possible."

Leeds boss Bielsa, while confident in his side, knows Millwall will be a difficult opponent and had said: “We will face similar difficulties that we faced against Middlesbrough. And we’ll see if we are faithful to our style or if we make concessions to a rival who is trying to neutralise us.”

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