[[[STREAM==]]^] Today: Leeds United vs Cardiff City live watch 6 August 2023
The Peacocks’ latest league outing at Aston Villa saw them fall to a disappointing 2-1 defeat, with Leon Bailey and Emi Buendia on target for the Lions. The West Yorkshire side are currently just two points above the relegation zone in 14th spot. Meanwhile, Cardiff City suffered another stoppage-time sucker punch in the Championship at the weekend following their 2-2 stalemate against Leeds. The Bluebirds were up against Wigan Athletic and looked on course for a win after Callum O’Dowda netted a late goal.
Leeds United v Cardiff City: TV, how to watch, kick-off time, team news, bettingLeeds United will start their Championship campaign on home soil when they take on Cardiff City at Elland Road this weekend. Pre-season has flown by in the blink of an eye and new boss Daniel Farke's side will start their mission to return to the Premier League. LIVE UPDATES: Leeds United v Cardiff City live score updates from Elland Road The Whites have endured a mass exodus this summer following relegation from the top flight and have made a slow start in rebuilding the squad to compete at the top of the division.
However, they had to settle for a point in the end as Will Keane popped up with the equaliser in the sixth minute of stoppage time. Following the 1-1 draw, Cardiff City announced the sacking of manager Mark Hudson. They have now installed Dean Whitehead as their interim boss. Match PreviewLeeds UnitedThe Whites are currently enduring a miserable run of form. They have failed to win any of their matches since the 2022 World Cup break. Their last victory came way back in November when they edged Bournemouth with a 4-3 success in the Premier League. Cardiff CityCardiff have also endured a disastrous 2022-23 season so far. Losing an incredible 12 of their 27 matches, they are currently sitting at the edge of the relegation zone with a meagre 29 points.
Leeds United vs Cardiff City Preview – Prediction, how to watch & Potential line-upsLeeds United will return to FA Cup action on Wednesday as they welcome Cardiff City to Elland Road. The Whites came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 in their previous meeting with the Bluebirds earlier this month. Goals from Jaden Philogene and Sheyi Ojo meant the home side headed confidently to the second-half. However, Jesse Marsch’s men made a remarkable comeback after the interval as Rodrigo reduced the deficit in the 65th minute before Sonny Perkins netted the equaliser in injury-time. Leeds avoided an immediate elimination from the FA Cup in a spectacular fashion, but Marsch will likely be more concerned about their current position in the Premier League.
30pm. You can subscribe to Sky Sports from €20 per month (for six months) here. Is there a live stream? Yes, Sky Sports subscribers can stream the game to their devices via the Sky Go app. Alternatively, a Now TV day pass can be purchased here from €11. 99. Betting odds Leeds 4/9 Cardiff 6/1 Draw 10/3 What has been said Daniel Farke kicks off his reign as Leeds United manager battling a deepening injury crisis. The German, who has twice won promotion with Norwich, said: “Patrick Bamford has a hamstring injury and won’t return before the first international break. “Georginio Rutter looks slightly better, but he’s got a core injury and will also miss out tomorrow and next week’s Carabao Cup game.
Erol Bulut has been tasked with making the Bluebirds a more competitive side and they've signed six players during the off season. They head to Elland Road this weekend looking to upset the odds and make an early statement of intent. Leeds Live has compiled everything you need to know ahead of this weekend's Championship opener. When is Leeds United vs Cardiff City? The game takes place on Sunday, August 6th at Elland Road. Kick-off is at 2. 30pm in front of a sold out crowd. Is Leeds United vs Cardiff City on TV? Fans not attending the game will be able to watch the action on TV this weekend, live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football. Coverage starts an hour before kick-off at 1.
Ethan Ampadu and Karl Darlow are both shrewd signings this summer but Farke will be keen on bolstering his squad prior to the window closing. It's unlikely there'll be any new faces through the door before they take on a Cardiff City side that struggled at the foot of the table in the most recent campaign.