Kemar Roofe snatched a vital three points from the jaws of defeat with Leeds trailing 2-1 after 90 minutes, but the striker scored twice in stoppage time to secure a remarkable turnaround.
|Game||Leeds United v Hull City|
|Date||Saturday, December 29|
|Time||3pm GMT / 10am ET|
|Stream (US)||NBC Sports Live|
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In the United States (US), the game can be watched live on NBC and streamed through NBC Sports Live.
|US TV channel||Online stream|
|NBV||NBC Sports Live|
In the United Kingdom (UK), the game is not being shown live on TV or being streamed live online, but highlights will be available on BBC.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
Squads & Team News
|Position||Leeds United squad|
|Defenders||Ayling, Douglas, Cooper, Jansson, Pearce, Berardi, Shaughnessy, Halme|
|Midfielders||Forshaw, Alioski, Dallas, Hernandez, Harrison, Phillips, Baker, Klich, Shackleton, Clarke, Saiz|
|Forwards||Roofe, Bamford, Roberts, Brown, Edmondson|
Marcelo Bielsa has a lengthy injury list to contend with, as Gaetano Berardi, Liam Cooper, Stuart Dallas and Izzy Brown are all out until 2019.
As a result, Kalvin Phillips has been deployed as a makeshift centre-half and could continue in that role.
Possible Leeds United starting XI: Peacock-Farrell; Ayling, Phillips, Jansson, Douglas; Forshaw; Alioski, Klich, Hernandez, Harrison; Roofe.
|Position||Hull City squad|
|Goalkeepers||Long, Marshall, Burton|
|Defenders||Mazuch, De Wijs, Kingsley, Lichaj, MacDonald, Burke, Kane, Fleming, Elphick, McKenzie|
|Midfielders||Milinkovic, Grosicki, Toral, Goebel, Weir, Batty, Henriksen, Stewart, Sheaf, Evandro|
|Forwards||Dicko, Keane, Bowen, Campbell, Martin|
Jon Toral is back in training for Hull, but James Weir is a doubt and Angus MacDonald remains a long-term absentee.
Jackson Irvine will be out for the match due to his commitment with the Australia international team in the Asia Cup.
Possible Hull City starting XI: Marshall; Kane, Elphick, De Wijs, Kingsley; Bowen, Henriksen, Stewart, Grosicki; Irvine; Campbell.
Betting & Match Odds
Leeds are 1/2 favourites to win according to bet365 . Hull are priced at 5/1, while a draw is 10/3.
Leeds will be eyeing an eighth successive victory in order to maintain their three-point gap on second-placed Norwich City at the top of the Championship table.
Marcelo Bielsa's side have been treated to several late goals this season, and Roofe's dramatic stoppage-time double secured the unlikeliest of three points last time out against Blackburn.
With the scores tied at 1-1, Charlie Mulgrew hit a 90th-minute free-kick that seemed sure to give Rovers victory. However, Roofe scored in the 91st and 93rd minutes to send the home supporters wild.
Hull, meanwhile, recovered from a spell of patchy early-season form to go six games without defeat, having won four of those to climb up the table to 15th.
Jackson Irvine's double either side of an Alan Browne strike kept the club's positive momentum going as they head into a difficult local derby with the table-toppers.
The Tigers have picked up 14 games on their unbeaten run though will be dealt with the blow of the absent Irvine for their next run of matches. Their impressive recent form have assuaged fears of relegation and a win over Leeds could see them end the year with a move into the top half of the Championship table.
City's form on the road has been lethal, having amassed 11 points from their last five away games and netting 11 goals.