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Leeds United vs Swansea City: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

Two sides from the opposite ends of the EFL Championship cross swords as a high-flying Leeds United host a struggling Swansea side.

Leeds United have won three out of their previous four games with their last game against Rotherham ending in a draw. Seeded in the fourth position in the table, Leeds could climb up the ladder having played a game less than West Brom. With Swansea struggling with form, Leeds could register their 10th win of the competition at their iconic home ground.

With just five wins from their opening 17 games, Swansea have been dumped to the 18th spot in the table and are currently in a spot of bother. In the last five games, Swansea have managed just five points from the available 15 as they look to regain form and the visit to Elland Road could once again possess a daunting task in front of them.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Leeds vs Swansea kick-off time

Date:November 29, 2023
Kick-off time:7:45 pm GMT
Venue:Elland Road

Leeds face Swansea at Elland Road with kick-off at 7:45 pm GMT in the UK.

How to watch Leeds vs Swansea online - TV channels & live streams

The EFL Championship match between Leeds and Swansea will be available to watch on Sky Sports Red Button in the UK with live updates on GOAL's Live Match Centre.

Team news & squads

Leeds team news

Italian prodigy Wilfried Gnonto could be given an opportunity ahead of former Manchester United winger Daniel James while Georginio Rutter could start for the home side after making a cameo last week.

Joel Piroe would be eager to face his former side after leaving the club in the summer while Liam Cooper is another name out injured due to a hamstring concern.

Leeds predicted XI: Meslier; Gray, Rodon, Struijk, Firpo; Ampadu, Kamara; Gnonto, Piroe, Summerville; Rutter

Goalkeepers:Meslier, Klaesson, Darlow
Defenders:Struijk, Rodon, Cresswell, Cooper, Firpo, Hjelde, Spence, Ayling, Dallas
Midfielders:Ampadu, Gruev, Gray, Kamara, Shackleton, Gyabi, Bate, James, Anthony, Summerville, Poveda
Forwards:Piroe, Bamford, Rutter, Gnoto, Gelhardt, Joseph

Swansea team news

Harrison Ashby is the sole name out injured for the visitors after hobbling off the pitch in the first half against Hull.

Charlie Patino and Liam Cullen are both back from suspensions for Swansea and could feature on the bench.

Swansea predicted XI: Rushworth; Darling, Cabango, Humphreys, Tymon; Fulton, Grimes; Cooper, Paterson, Lowe; Yates

Goalkeepers:Fisher, Rushworth, Broome
Defenders:Humphreys, Darling, Tymon, Pederson, Ogbeta, Tjoe-A-On, Key, Naughton
Midfielders:Abdulai, Patino, Grimes, Fulton, Walsh, Cooper, Congreve, Paterson
Forwards:Lowe, Yates, Cullen, Kukharevych

Head-to-Head Record

12 July 2020Swansea 0-1 LeedsEFL Championship
31 Aug 2019Leeds 0-1 SwanseaEFL Championship
14 Feb 2019Leeds 2-1 SwanseaEFL Championship
22 Aug 2018Swansea 2-2 LeedsEFL Championship
26 Feb 2011Swansea 3-0 LeedsEFL Championship

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