Leeds v Fulham Live Stream from Elland Road in Championship

Midtable pair Leeds and Fulham will both be out to bounce back from heavy defeats last time out when they meet in Yorkshire, with the game live streaming from Elland Road today.

Leeds went down 4-1 to in-from Ipswich, their third defeat in six games while Fulham were thrashed 5-0 by Watford in their own backyard.

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Whites boss Neil Redfearn will be without Lewis Walters and Aidy White for the game while the former Barnsley midfielder will assess defender Giuseppe Bellusci ahead of the clash.

The Italian was forced off in the defeat against Ipswich last weekend but could be fit to return against the Cottagers.

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Fulham meanwhile will be without the suspended Marcus Bettinelli. The goalkeeper was sent off against Watford last weekend and will be replaced by Gabor Kiraly.

Long term absentees Fernando Amorebieta, Tim Hoogland, and Sean Kavanagh continue to miss out while Ross McCormack faces a hostile reception as he returns to Elland Road for the first time since his summer move to London.

Speaking ahead of the game, Fulham boss Kit Symons revealed he was keen to bounce back from last weekend’s horror show.

“”We’ve suffered defeats before and gone on to get a good result in the next game. We’ve got to maintain that on Saturday.” He said.

“The Watford game was not good enough by a long way, and we’re going to make sure it doesn’t happen again. They’ve got some real talent at the club, they play good football. It’s going to be a tough game.”

This game has goals written all over it with both sides struggling with leaky defences. Fulham have conceded 28 goals already this season, 16 of which have come on the road, while Leeds have already shipped 30.

At home however Leeds have been tighter with just 8 conceded although they have already dropped 9 points in front of their home fans.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.