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

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Old rivals Millwall and Leeds United face off in the Championship at The Den on Sunday, with both clubs lying in the mid-table positions.

After narrowly missing out on the playoffs in 2022-23, Millwall suffered from a hangover at the start of the season, and went through a rough patch after a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough in their season opener.

The Lions lost to Reading, Bristol City and Norwich on the bounce in all competitions, but they rallied prior to the international break. With a home win over Stoke and a 1-1 draw at Birmingham, Gary Rowett's side recovered the resilience that had them tipped for another play-off push this season.

Currently occupying 12th place in the standings, they return to action against a Leeds United side who are expected to be right at the top end of the table, but are struggling to get three points at the moment.

The Whites have yet to kick-start their Championship campaign this season, but it is still early days, and following some substantial late summer incoming business, a Premier League return at the first time of asking is the expectation from manager Daniel Farke.

Injury-ravaged Leeds have won only one of their opening five games, but three of those outings have ended in draws. The visitors were held to a frustrating goalless draw at Elland Road by Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday before the international break.

The visitors currently sit 15th in the Championship, one point behind Millwall, whom they will leapfrog with a win here.

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

Millwall vs Leeds kick-off time

Date:September 17, 2023
Kick-off time:7:00 am EDT
Venue:The Den

The EFL Championship game between Leeds and West Brom was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 16 but will now be held on Sunday, September 17 due to broadcasting choices. It will kick off at 7:00 am EDT in Bermondsey, south-east London, England.

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

The game will not be broadcast live on TV and is not available to stream online in the US. GOAL will have live updates of the game on its Live Match Center page.

Team news & squads

Millwall team news

Despite the frustration of the Birmingham contest, manager Gary Rowett will keep changes to a minimum for the encounter against Leeds.

Millwall defender Shaun Hutchinson picked up a calf injury against Birmingham, with Wes Harding set to deputise at the heart of back-three.

George Honeyman also remains sidelined with a muscle issue for the Lions, but both Allan Campbell and Ryan Longman will be hoping to make their full debuts.

Millwall possible XI: Sarkic; Leonard, Harding, Cooper; Norton-Cuffy, Mitchell, Saville, Wallace; Bradshaw, Flemming, Nisbet

Goalkeepers:Sarkic, Białkowski 
Defenders:Leonard, Harding, Cooper, Wallace, Norton-Cuffy, McNamara, Harding
Midfielders:Saville, Mitchell, Flemming, Campbell, Esse, De Norre
Forwards:Nisbet, Bradshaw, Longman, Watmore, Emakhu

Leeds team news

Captain Liam Cooper and Stuart Dallas are confirmed injury absentees while Patrick Bamford, Daniel James and Junior Firpo are doubts to make the squad for the trip to face Millwall. On the flip side, attacking midfielder Ian Poveda returned to the bench against the Owls, and will be in contention this weekend.

Head coach Daniel Farke could make several changes to the playing XI that started against Sheffield Wednesday last time out.

The experienced Glen Kamara, who arrived form Rangers, is likely to get the nod ahead of Archie Gray in midfield. Tottenham loanee Djed Spence is also pushing to feature on the flanks, but will have to contend with a spot on the substitutes bench.

Leeds United possible XI: Meslier; Ayling, Rodon, Struijk, Shackleton; Kamara, Ampadu; Summerville, Piroe, Gnonto; Rutter

Goalkeepers:Meslier, Klaesson, Darlow
Defenders:Ayling, Firpo, Cresswell, Cooper, Rodon, Dallas, Struijk, Byram, Hjelde, Drameh, Spence
Midfielders:Ampadu, Summerville, Adams, Shackleton, Gyabi, Greenwood, James, Gray, Sinisterra, Poveda
Forwards:Bamford, Perkins, Rutter, Gnonto, Gelhardt, Joseph

Head-to-Head Record

28/1/20Leeds 3-2 MillwallEFL Championship
5/10/19Millwall 2-1 LeedsEFL Championship
30/3/19Leeds 3-2 MillwallEFL Championship
15/9/18Millwall 1-1 LeedsEFL Championship
20/1/18Leeds 3-4 MillwallEFL Championship

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