Is Leeds United v Brentford on TV? Channel, streaming details and team news
The Whites take on their Premier League rivals at 2pm in West Yorkshire, looking to build on a 5-2 win over Championship side Cardiff City in the FA Cup on Wednesday night. Head coach Jesse Marsch confirmed Rutter would be included in his squad on Sunday when Leeds will be bidding for just their third win in 16 league games.
Skipper Liam Cooper will return to contention after a knee injury and January signing Max Wober has recovered from a knock sustained against Cardiff, while Crysencio Summerville (ankle) is hoping to return to full training next week.
Brentford’s Rico Henry missed last weekend’s win over Bournemouth with a minor calf issue but is expected to be available for the Bees visit to Elland Road. Aaron Hickey, though, is rated as ‘touch-and-go’ to make the squad as he continues to recover from an ankle problem.
Former Leeds captain Pontus Jansson will not be fit to face his old club, while Shandon Baptiste and Frank Onyeka continue their own recovery.
Is it on TV?
The fixture will be broadcast by Sky Sports Premier League from 1pm. The match kicks off at 2pm, with Manchester City v Wolves starting at the same time. Later in the day, Arsenal v Manchester United will be broadcast by Sky at 4.30pm.
Is there a stream?
The game will also be available on Sky Go and on the Sky app, simply sign in with your Sky iD to access the game. Daily or monthly passes can be purchased for Sky Sports channels on NOW TV, allowing access to watch the fixture.