LEEDS welcome Hull to Elland Road for a second round Carabao Cup clash.
Last season this would have been a Championship fixture, but the sides are now two division apart following the Whites promotion and Tigers’ shock relegation.
Bielsa saw his side push Premier League champions Liverpool all the way this weekendCredit: PA:Press Association
Marcelo Bielsa’s men began their season with an encouraging performance in a 4-3 defeat to Liverpool, while Hull overcame Sunderland on penalties to reach this stage of the competition.
When is Leeds vs Hull?
- This Carabao Cup clash will be held on Wednesday, September 16.
- Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST.
- When the sides met here last season, Leeds ran out 2-0 winners after an own goal from Jordy de Wijs and a late Ezgjan Alioski strike.
Is the match on TV and can I live stream?
Sadly this game isn’t being broadcast on TV in the UK.
But you can stream on the Carabao Cup website – the cost of a pass to watch on your mobile, tablet or PC is £10.
What is the team news?
Rodrigo could be set for a first start in Leeds colours after Patrick Bamford was preferred against Liverpool.
Cody Drameh and Joe Gelhardt could also be in line to feature, while Liam Cooper is back available after missing out at Anfield through injury.
Hull have no new injury concerns and Daniel Batty could start after coming off the bench against Crewe.
- Leeds to win – 2/5
- Draw – 18/5
- Hull victory – 7/1
- Over 2.5 goals at Elland Road – 4/6
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
Source: Soccer - thesun.co.uk