Leeds United vs Luton Town live stream details, tv information, team news, odds and more

Leeds United will try to build on this weekend’s great 3-0 win over Fulham when Luton Town is received on Tuesday night.

With the goals of Patrick Bamford, Gjanni Alioski and Jack Harrison, Marcelo Bielsa’s men returned to the top of the championship table and extended their lead over the automatic promotion places to eight points.

There are still seven games left and Nathan Jones’ relegated hatters have visitors under the floodlights of Elland Road this week.

Here’s how to watch the next Leeds United game.

When is the game?

The game will take place on Tuesday, June 30th, on Elland Road. It’s a kick-off at 7.45pm.

Is it on TV?

No, Sky Sports is not broadcasting the game. It won’t even be on the red button.

What about a live steam?

The only way for Leeds fans to follow the action is a live stream on LUTV.

Leeds United season ticket holders who selected the club package can watch any of the club’s remaining games on LUTV under their contract, while other fans in the UK and Ireland can purchase a £ 10 pass. Overseas fans can buy the match for £ 5.

LeedsLive will be on Elland Road and will cover the game with a dedicated live blog.

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Team news

Leeds could welcome Pablo Hernandez against Fulham again. The Spaniard came on at halftime and helped change the game before being retired in injury time.

There have been reports of a blow to Helder Costa, but Bielsa has dispelled fears full-time.

Jean-Kevin Augustin’s loan period ends on Tuesday. Bielsa said he should be evaluated last week because of doubts about his short-term future at the club.

Adam Forshaw remains absent, Kiko Casilla is still suspended.

What are the chances?

The prices for the pools are as follows (correct at the time of writing):

Leeds United: 2/7

Draw: 17/4

Fulham: 17/2



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