Leeds United v Brentford live stream, Sunday 5 December, 2pm GMT
Leeds will be looking to register back-to-back wins in the Premier League for the first time this season when they take on Brentford this weekend.
The Whites left it late to beat Crystal Palace (opens in new tab) in the midweek round of fixtures, but Raphinha took full advantage when his side were awarded a penalty after a handball from Marc Guehi. It had been a pretty even game at Elland Road, but Leeds (opens in new tab) shaded the second half and will argue they were good value for their first victory in four matches.
This has been a challenging start to the campaign for Marcelo Bielsa's side. Injuries to key players have hurt one of the thinnest squads in the Premier League, while Leeds have at times struggled to create enough chances to win games. Their defensive record is decent but Bielsa's team have been outscored by all but two of their Premier League rivals.
Brentford (opens in new tab) suffered a 2-0 defeat by Tottenham (opens in new tab) on Thursday which leaves them without an away win since the start of October. The Bees made a flying start to the season and were sitting in the top seven after seven games, but Thomas Frank's side are now just six points above the bottom three after collecting only four points from the last 21 available.
Brentford have struggled going forward of late. Although they found the net three times against last-placed Newcastle, they have failed to score more than one goal in six of their last seven matches.
Frank will have to make do without David Raya, Kristoffer Ajer, Mathias Jorgensen, Joshua Dasilva and Julian Jeanvier at Elland Road on Sunday.
Leeds could welcome back Patrick Bamford, whose absence over the last few weeks has been keenly felt. Luke Ayling is also in line to be in the matchday squad, but Robin Koch is still recovering from surgery. Pascal Struijk picked up a knock against Palace but is expected to be involved.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT on Sunday 5 December. See below for international broadcast options.
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UK TV rights
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How to watch Premier League live streams for US subscribers
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).
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