19 September 2020 16:43
What term do you want to search? Search with google Premier League football returns to Elland Road for the first time since 2004 this afternoon, when Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United side host fellow top flight new boys Fulham. Both sides got off to losing starts last weekend, with Leeds being pipped by champions Liverpool in a seven-goal Anfield thriller, while Scott Parker's side were seen off 3-0 at home to Arsenal. A completely-changed Leeds side were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Hull City midweek, but Bielsa is set to revert back to his full-strength side today, with the Whites head coach hopeful of seeing skipper Liam Cooper return from injury. We will have all of the build-up, match reaction and analysis for you right here.
Leeds United take on fellow Premier League promoted side Fulham at Elland Road this afternoon as both teams search for their their first win of the season. Marcelo Bielsa's side are looking to bounce back from last week's thrilling 4-3 defeat to Liverpool last week on the opening day and the iconic Chilean boss has made one change to his side with captain Liam Cooper replacing Pascal Struijk in defence. Fulham welcome back Aleksandar Mitrovic to their Premier League starting line-up after scoring in the Carabao Cup win over Ipswich Town this week. The Serbian started on the bench for the Cottagers' disappointing 3-0 loss to Arsenal last weekend, while there are also top-flight debuts for Alphonse Areola and Kenny Tete. Sportsmail's SAM BLITZ will provide live coverage of the first Premier League match at Elland Road for 16 years...
A home game against Fulham is about as different to a trip to Liverpool as is possible, with Leeds set to dominate possession on Saturday afternoon. Bielsa's side won this fixture 3-0 in the Championship back in June and a similar outcome wouldn't come as a surprise this weekend. Fulham were undone by the same scoreline when they hosted Arsenal last Saturday. Scott Parker's side had some promising moments early on but were ultimately outclassed by the visitors to Craven Cottage. There's no shame in losing comfortably to a much wealthier team, but the manner of the defeat laid bare the size of the task confronting Fulham this season.
The Cottagers will at least be boosted by the probable return to the starting line-up of Alexander Mitrovic, who struck 26 goals in the Championship last season. Franck Zambo Anguissa could also be drafted into the XI if Parker opts for a 4-3-3 formation. Rodrigo Moreno will be hoping to make his first Premier League start following his big-money move from Valencia, but a goal at Anfield might be enough to keep Patrick Bamford in the team. Elsewhere, Liam Cooper should be back from injury in time to partner Robin Koch at centre-back. Kick-off is at 3pm BST and the game is being shown on BT Sport 1, BT Sport Extra 1 and BT Sport Ultimate in the UK. See below for watching details where you are. 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