LEEDS will look to build on their superb win at Aston Villa as they welcome Leicester to Elland Road.
Marcelo Bielsa’s men thrashed Villa 3-0 in their last Premier League outing, with Patrick Bamford netting a hat-trick to take his tally this season to six.
Leicester meanwhile have recovered from a slow start and have won every one of their away matches in the top-flight so far this term.
When is Leeds vs Leicester?
- This Premier League clash is set for Monday, November 2.
- Kick-off in West Yorkshire is at 8pm.
- The two sides haven’t met in a league game since 2014, when Leicester won a Championship clash here 1-0 thanks to David Nugent.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can catch this match live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
Coverage begins at 7pm.
If you’re not a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV pass to stream on a number of devices.
What is the team news?
Leeds will be without Kalvin Phillips, Gaetano Berardi, Adam Forshaw and Diego Llorente for the Foxes visit.
Liam Cooper should return though, with Rodrigo and Patrick Bamford both set to start in an attacking lineup.
For Leicester, Jonny Evans and Timothy Castagne are the latest to join a growing injury list.
Jamie Vardy is expected to start, but there will be no place for any of Caglar Soyuncu, Wilfred Ndidi, Daniel Amartey and Ricardo Pereira.
- Leeds to win – 6/4
- Draw at Elland Road – 5/2
- Leicester victory – 17/10
- Both teams to score – 4/7
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*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.