Date: 12th August 2017 at 2:20pm
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Leeds are at Elland Road with Preston the visitors for the latest Championship game.

This will be a 3pm kick-off as we look to secure all three points with a win, if possible.

With the team sheets in we know the starting XI.

Line ups

Leeds United
Wiedwald
Ayling
Jansson
Cooper
Borthwick-Jackson
Phillips
O’Kane
Roofe
Hernandez
Alioski
Wood

Substitutes
Anita
Dallas
Saiz Alonso
Vieira
Peacock-Farrell
Shaughnessy
Ekuban

Preston North End
Maxwell
Fisher
Huntington
Spurr
Cunningham
Pearson
Barkhuizen
Browne
Johnson
Robinson
Hugill

Substitutes
Vermijl
Horgan
Harrop
Gallagher
Davies
Maguire
Hudson

Would you say there are any surprises for you with this selection the boss has gone with or will this side get the job done?

Fixtures

Saturday 12th August
Barnsley v Ipswich Town 15:00
Birmingham City v Bristol City 15:00
Brentford v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Cardiff City v Aston Villa 15:00
Derby County v Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00
Hull City v Burton Albion 15:00
Leeds United v Preston North End 15:00
Millwall v Bolton Wanderers 15:00
Reading v Fulham 15:00
Sheffield Wednesday v Queens Park Rangers 15:00
Middlesbrough v Sheffield United 17:30

Sunday 13th August
Norwich City v Sunderland 13:30

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One Reply to “Team Sheets – Leeds v Preston – 12-8-17”

  • Don’t mind who the ref is at a game as long as they are impartial,read the game correctly and are not card happy.We all have seen bad ref’s in our time,good ones too.It’s time to implement a similar system to what they use now in tennis,have the goal line monitored,every season we see goals disallowed,the ref and his assistants getting it wrong whilst the fans can clearly see the ball has crossed over the line.It wouldn’t cost much to bring in such a system,I am fairly sure we would all welcome this.

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