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Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming: Watch Online & Confirmed Line-Ups Leeds United 2 0 Middlesbrough Mateusz Klich 44' Kalvin Phillips 26' 23' Paddy McNair Patrick Bamford 18' Patrick Bamford 1' Starting lineup Hélder Costa 22 Jack Harrison 23 Kalvin Phillips 33 Kiko Casilla 6 Liam Cooper 2 Luke Ayling 43 Mateusz Klich 19 Pablo Hernández 9 Patrick Bamford 15 Stuart Dallas 18 Ashley Fletcher Marc Bola 9 Britt Assombalonga 20 Dael Fry 4 Daniel Ayala 22 George Saville 16 Jonny Howson 26 Lewis Wing 28 Marcus Tavernier 17 Paddy McNair Bench Players 3 Barry Douglas Kamil Miazek 10 Ezgjan Alioski 28 Gaetano Berardi 47 Jack Clarke 48 Jordan Stevens 8 Adam Clayton Tyrone O'Neill 25 Nathan Wood Live updates Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming: Match details If you want to watch Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming, these are the match details. Match: Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Date: November 30, 2019 Kick-off time: 3:00 pm, November 30, 2019 (UK time) Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming: Quick link Bag a VPN to watch Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming. This match can be seen on official international sources – including iFollow & LUTV, available in the United States, but not the United Kingdom. A VPN is essential to watch Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live streaming. Due to UK laws, this match cannot be viewed in the United Kingdom as it is being played on Saturday between 14.45-17.15.
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Will they win again here? As for Middlesborough, they also claimed a 1-0 win in mid-week. Ashley Fletcher scored the only goal of the game as Boro downed Barnsley 1-0 at the Riverside. That was their first win since 14 September but it lifts Jonathan Woodgate's men out of the drop zone. However, this'll be tough for Boro and Leeds should be too strong. 101 Great Goals predicts: Leeds United 3 – Middlesbrough 0 Leeds United vs Middlesbrough: How to watch from anywhere in the world Here are the step by step instructions to watch a Leeds United vs Middlesbrough live stream from anywhere in the world. 1. Download & install ExpressVPN ExpressVPN offers all new users a free 30-day trial. That's an unbeatable offer. ExpressVPN also supports most streaming services including Netflix, and it's very fast. A VPN unlocks the internet, bypasses geo-blocking, and enables you to watch endless high-quality content from all over the world. 2. Once installed connect to the appropriate server location. 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Cut chords: Watch everything (Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu) online using a VPN. Unlock geoblocking: A VPN gives you access to the best content from anywhere in the world. Privacy & security: A VPN keeps your information private, activity encrypted & data anonymous. Middlesbrough head for Leeds United looking to build on their midweek win over Barnsley. Boro finally got back to winning ways with a much-needed victory against the Tykes, ending a wretched run of 10 games without a win. The result saw Boro climb out of the relegation zone, but now comes one of the toughest tests of the season so far against promotion chasing Leeds United. Marcelo Bielsa's side are seven unbeaten and cemented their place in the top two with a late win against Reading in midweek. Jonathan Woodgate must decide how to deal with a Boro injury crisis, with half a dozen first team players definitely sidelined and Marvin Johnson suspended. Join Dominic Shaw for all the build-up, live match updates and analysis and reaction from Elland Road. Half-time player ratings Casilla - Another quiet 45 minutes - with the highlight being a lovely touch to leave Fletcher on his backside after an Ayling pass fell short and gave the Boro frontman an opening. Ayling - We were almost treated to a collectors item when the defender's left-footed shot from outside the box curled just wide in the first minute. Had another chance five minutes later, which tells you a lot about the role of the centre-backs in this side as he was as likely to be in the Boro box as his own. Concerning moment towards the end of the half when he went down injured in the Boro box, but was soon back on his feet. Cooper - Another typical performance from the skipper, who was called upon more as the half went on as Boro recovered from a slow start. Dallas - As he has done of late, Dallas was popping up all over the pitch and doing plenty of the dirty work in the middle. Phillips - Has been walking the disciplinary tightrope for the past two games, but his 24th minute yellow card means he misses next weekend's trip to Huddersfield - a huge blow. Klich - Efficiently went about his business in the middle. His running paid off in stoppage time when he was there to support Bamford and put Leeds 2-0 up. Costa - Started on the right and Leeds looked to use his pace whenever they could. Almost let Boro in with some sloppy play to give the ball away, but immediately won it back as his integration into Bielsa's side continues. Harrison - Looked to really use his pace, cutting into the middle on occasion. Had a superb first 15 minutes against a shellshocked Boro backline before the visitors settled, but always looked dangerous. Good tackle on the edge of his own box during stoppage time to prevent a Boro shooting opportunity. Hernandez - Back in the assist column after his lofted cross found Bamford's head for the opener as he continued in the central role that he occupied after Roberts went off at Reading. Starting to go up through the gears now after his return from injury. Bamford - A dream start for Leeds' number nine. Quickly silenced the boos from the away fans to net an all-too rare early goal for this Leeds side and he almost doubled his tally seconds later, pouncing on a mistake at the back for force a save.