We’re all set for an absolute cracker this evening as Leeds take on Derby from Elland Road, with owner Massimo Cellino finally allowing the Sky camera to enter the stadium ( KO 19:45).
It should be a mouthwatering contest and one which shouldn’t be missed with improving Leeds looking to shock one of the Championship pacesetters, as Bet365 announce they have live streams available for punters and fans to watch.
Its simple to watch this evening’s clash online:
- Simply click here through to the special Bet365 landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select your match!
Tuesday night see’s two fallen giants go head to head as Derby travel to Yorkshire to take on Leeds United, with much of the talk regarding the match involving outspoken Leeds owner Massimo Cellino and his decision to let the Sky TV cameras into the stadium tonight.
The threat of an FA misconduct charge has finally changed the Italian’s stance, and both sets of fans will be looking forward to a quality game between two sides in good form in the Championship.
Leeds were 2-1 winners when the sides met in September, however since then the pair have shown contrasting form, with the Lilywhites finally turning things around over the past month following the arrival of new manager Steve Evans.
Paul Clement’s Rams side currently sit top of the table, having won five of their last seven games, drawing the other two. Last time out they beat Fulham 2-0 with Jacob Butterfield amongst the goal-scorers.
The 25 year old former Huddersfield man has now scored 4 goals this season, three more than he managed all of last season.
Despite the score-line, the clash with the Cottagers was a tough task leaving manager Clements pleased not only with the three points but the points tally to date.
“They have out-scored what I thought they were capable of at this stage of the season, 47 points is an impressive total, particularly after the start we had. Maybe we have surprised ourselves. I have to be very pleased with that tally.” Clements told reporters post-game.
“But on today’s game I did not think we played well. They frustrated us and we did not have the rhythm, tempo or fluidity we have seen.
“I wanted them to do the things I asked them to do before the game. One of those was using the width of the pitch.
“They have some really good players and they always felt dangerous to me. It never felt comfortable. But that second goal had some real quality about it.”
Leeds meanwhile have been inconsistent this season but are unbeaten in their last four, picking up three wins in the process as fiery Scotsman Steve Evans puts his stamp on proceedings. Last time out they beat Preston North-End 1-0, the win moving the club up to 13th in the table.
Both sides could make changes due to the quick turnaround in games. Mirko Antenucci and Kalvin Phillips will be pushing for starts for Leeds while Andreas Weimann, Chris Baird, Darren Bent and Jeff Hendrick will hope to force their way in to Clement’s thinking.
It should be an interesting contest with Leeds looking to build on a return to form and Derby looking for their fourth win on the bounce.
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