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((Watch)) Today: Leeds United VS Queens Park Rangers live watch 04/10/2023

9 hours ago — Leeds United vs QPR: TV channel, kick-off time, live stream, team news, betting. All the info you need for Leeds United's Championship clash ...

Since Mark Warburton took over in the summer, QPR have been an entertaining, unpredictable side. They’ve only kept two clean sheets all season and only bottom-placed Luton have conceded more goals, but only league leaders West Brom have scored more. Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s Championship clash: When is the match? It’s a 12:30 kick-off on Saturday January 18th at Loftus Road Stadium. What about a live stream? This early afternoon kick-off will be streamed on LUTV, who will provide video coverage of the encounter. The game will also be broadcast on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Ultra HD. LeedsLive will be providing full coverage, including pre-and-post match analysis and all the quotes from Marcelo Bielsa’s press conference on our live blog. Team news Odds Queens Park Rangers - 3/1 Draw – 14/5 Leeds United - 4/5 Odds courtesy of SkyBet and correct at time of publication. Creating the early festive joy was Max Gradel, as the tricky attacker put a away a goal in each half to send the Whites second in the league. After just two minutes played, Neil Warnock (once Leeds boss, here QPR) had seen his side deliver a potentially dangerous ball by Bradley Orr, but Leeds central defender Neil Collins cleared it away. The hosts then went on the attack and saw their ex-stopper Paddy Kenny claim from a Snodgrass teasing ball into the penalty area. The keeper was soon in action again, as he then denied Luciano Becchio. Snodgrass and Becchio kept the away defence well occupied in the opening half of the first half, but it was the diminutive and classy Gradel on hand with 25 minutes of play gone to set Leeds on the road to three points. It was from another quality cross in from Snodgrass and at the far post Johnny Hoswon, from just few yards out, drilled home neatly with his left foot to put his side ahead at half-time. The first 10 minutes of the second half saw Gradel shoot wide and a Becchio shot saved, as Simon Grayson watched on with pleasure, cheered by the majority of the 29, 426 inside the ground. The next 15 minutes of play allowed Leeds to have plenty more of the ball and with 70 minutes on the clock, Gradel got his second goal as United secured the points with a classy finish from the Ivorian forward, fitting to win any match. He was on the left as Leeds attacked just inside the away penalty box and had Fitz Hall in front of him, but the half-time substitute could only back off and watch on, as Gradel had the close ball skills to keep Hall at distance and then fire a low, hard, neat shot beating Kenny on his near post with the sheer power and accuracy of it. QPR vs Leeds United live coverage detailsLeeds United are looking to bounce back from last weekend’s dispiriting defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday as they travel to West London to face Queens Park Rangers. It’s one win from seven in all competitions for Marcelo Bielsa’s side, who have failed to win on their last nine away games in London, although they did win 2-0 in the reverse fixture. They lost twice at Loftus Road last season, with a young side getting eliminated in the FA Cup third round, before the first team suffered a damaging 1-0 defeat in February, as Steve McClaren’s Hoops upset the odds to end their own seven-match losing streak. 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Leeds United - Queens Park Rangers: Live Stream & on TV00 Days 10 Hours 47 Minutes 52 SecondsEFL Championship(Match day 10) Queens Park Rangers Oct 04 02:45 PM Leeds United Where to watch in JustWatch currently doesn't have any viewing options Notify me when I can watch it. Queens Park Rangers @ Leeds United: Live Stream & on TV today Queens Park Rangers @ Leeds United is an upcoming Soccer event that takes place on Oct 04 at 02:45 PM. Event detailsOct 04Start dateElland RoadStadiumEFL ChampionshipCompetitionQueens Park RangersAway teamLeeds UnitedHome teamSoccer Matches today Primera Division Women Oct 0412:00 PMGranada CFAthletic BilbaoNotify me when I can watch it. Primera Division Women Oct 0412:00 PMUDG TenerifeSevilla FCNotify me when I can watch it. Leeds United football club: record v Queens Park Rangers DateMatchResultScoreCompetition09 Jan 1932Queens Park Rangers v Leeds UnitedL3‑1FA Cup11 Dec 1948Leeds United v Queens Park RangersL1‑2League Division Two07 May 1949Queens Park Rangers v Leeds UnitedL2‑0League Division TwoView 58 more rows Follow Leeds United on LeedsLive Download the LeedsLive app - You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from the Apple App Store, or get the Android version from Google Play. Click here to join our Leeds United Whatsapp group and follow the instructions on your phone to receive the latest news updates! Your number won't be shared with anyone else in the group. Pre-match Leeds United vs Queens Park Rangers Get all the pre-match stats for Leeds United vs Queens Park Rangers - Championship 2024: Injuries, cautions, run of form, last fixtures and much more. Memory Match: Leeds United 2-0 QPRA look back to December, 2010. Wednesday will see the start of Leeds United having two home Sky Bet Championship games in a week at Elland Road. The visitors for the 19:45 kick-off will be Queens Park Rangers, the West London outfit will arrive finding themselves in the relegation places. Furthermore, our upcoming opponents have won just three of the 16 league clashes at Elland Road since 1990. Prior to the match, Ben Scott takes us back in time to go over a memorable match from the 2010/11 campaign. Our Memory Match on this occasion falls in December of 2010, seven days before Christmas Day and Leeds United served up a delight for all connected with the club. Leeds v QPR | 4 October 2023 Leeds United vs Queens Park RangersMatch preview, 4 Oct 2023. OverviewComments. Watch the game live. channel name.


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