Leeds United host Everton at Elland Road on Tuesday night, with the home side looking to continue a good start to the season and the visitors hoping to get their campaign underway.
The Yorkshire side have picked up seven points from their first four games, although they are now looking to recover from their first defeat after losing to Brighton last time out.
Frank Lampard’s team had a difficult start to the season, losing to Chelsea and Aston Villa before drawing with Nottingham Forest and Brentford.
When do Leeds play Everton?
The game starts at 8pm on Tuesday 30th August at Elland Road.
Here’s how you watch Leeds vs Everton
BT Sport 1 will show the game live from 7pm. Streaming is available for BT Sport Player and BT Sport App subscribers.
All four Premier League games will be shown on BT on Tuesday night, with Southampton v Chelsea on BT Sport 2, Crystal Palace v Brentford on BT Sport 3 and Fulham hosting Brighton on BT Sport 4.
Team news Leeds vs Everton
Leeds will be without Stuart Dallas, Junior Firpo and Luke Ayling but hope to have Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper available.
Everton have had a poor start to the season in terms of fitness with some players still out.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Andros Townsend, Ben Godfrey, Yerry Mina, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Andre Gomes and Mason Holgate all remain for this one.
Leeds vs Everton Odds
Odds courtesy of Betfair
Leeds vs Everton have gone head to head in the last five matches
12 February 2022: Everton 3-0 Leeds – Premier League
21 August 2021: Leeds 2-2 Everton – Premier League
02/03/2021: Leeds 1-2 Everton – Premier League
28/11/2020: Everton 0-1 Leeds – Premier League
25 September 2012: Leeds 2-1 Everton – League Cup
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