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Leed United vs Swansea City, 2019-20 EFL Championship – Preview, Prediction, Lineups and Live Stream

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EFL Championship leaders Leeds United interpretation of second-placed Swansea City this end of the week, with the two sides locked on 13 points, winning 3 and drawing 1. Leeds persevered through a difficult misfortune on penalties against Stoke City in the League Cup yet will have a stronger team against Swansea.

The last time these two sides met at Elland Road in the Championship, the Whites won 2-1. Marcelo Bielsa affirmed that he has a full-strength squad to select the Leeds United lineup separated from Luke Ayling and Tyler Roberts.

Leeds are set to welcome back captain Liam Cooper for their top-of-the-table conflict with Swansea subsequent to missing the previous two weeks with an ankle injury.

Harmed team Luke Ayling and Tyler Roberts are back in training, yet are as yet not prepared to come back to the side.

The Swans are relied upon to return to the side which beat Birmingham a week ago.

Tom Carroll could make Swansea’s squad after his first game in 10 months in the Carabao Cup prevail upon Cambridge, yet Nathan Dyer and Aldo Kalulu are questions.

The two sides have won four and drawn the other of their five Championship games this season, with Leeds top thanks to an insignificantly preferable goal difference over second-placed Swansea.

Leeds United have won their last 10 home matches in all rivalries against Swansea – their longest-ever home winning run against an adversary.

Swansea’s just away success in 20 endeavors against Leeds was in September 1949, winning 2-1 in a second-tier match (W1 D3 L16).

Just in 1923-24 (15) have Swansea won more points from their opening five league games to a season (assuming 3pts/win) than in 2019-20 (13 pts).

In every one of the six past seasons where Leeds won 13+ points from their first five league games, they finished the campaign in the top six, incorporating completing third in 2018-19.

No Championship player has been directly associated with a larger number of goals this season than Swansea’s Borja Baston (5 goals, 1 assist).

Since the beginning of last season, no player has made more chances (134) and gave more assists (14) in the Championship than Leeds’ Pablo Hernandez (including playoffs).

Leed United vs Swansea City Predicted Lineups

Leeds United

Predicted lineup: Casilla; Dallas, Cooper, White, Douglas; Phillips; Hernandez, Klich, Forshaw, Harrison; Bamford

Unavailable: Ayling (Injured), Roberts (Injured)

Doubtful: Cooper (Injured)

Swansea City

Predicted lineup: Woodman; Roberts, Van der Hoorn, Rodon, Bidwell; Fulton, Grimes; Ayew, Celina, Dhanda; Borja Baston

Unavailable: –

Doubtful: Kalulu (Injured), Dyer (Injured)

Leed United vs Swansea City Match Prediction

Leeds United have won four and drawn once their first five Championship matches this season and their performance at Stoke was nothing short of emphatic. They will host a Swansea City side who are riding a wave of good faith at the present time, and the two teams ought to have something to cheer about here.

Here is everything people need to know about when and where to watch Leed United vs Swansea City match:

When does Leed United vs Swansea City kick-off?
Saturday, 31st August 2019 – 15:00 (UK)

Where is Leed United vs Swansea City being played?
Elland Road

What TV channel is Leed United vs Swansea City on?
Sky Sports reserve the rights to Championship matches in the UK.

Where can I stream Leed United vs Swansea City?
On the off chance that the match is broadcast on Sky Sports, at that point subscribers will most likely stream the match live via Sky Go.

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Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for timebulletin.com.