On their own ground, the Whites.
On Tuesday night, beneath the lights of Elland Road, Leeds United will play again in the Premier League against Everton.
The Toffees go to West Yorkshire for the 8 o’clock kickoff seeking their first victory of the year after going 0-4 in their first four games.
After their first loss of the year last time out, the Whites will also be seeking to get back on track when they go to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.
Last season, the two clubs drew 2-2 in an exciting game, and in the rematch at Goodison Park, Everton was easily victorious under the leadership of Frank Lampard.
Fans without a ticket may watch the game live on BT Sport because it has been chosen for live television coverage.
As an alternative, stay on this page at leedsunited.com to follow developments throughout the 90 minutes, or watch LUTV to watch commentary nonstop!
Yorkshire: Jesse Marsch
With Everton, Frank Lampard
What has Jesse Marsch stated in relation to the game?
“Everton achieved a nice result against Brentford, who are, in my opinion, a pretty excellent team. I thought their play at the end of last year was extremely pragmatic, but also very straightforward. They don’t divulge anything and defend quite successfully. They work well on a counter. Consequently, it presents itself as a risky game for us.
Head to head
Leeds: Rodrigo (4)
Everton: A. Gordon, D. Gray (1)
Given the quick turnaround for Saturday’s match at Brighton, Jesse Marsch stated that his team was ready and willing to rotate if necessary.
Neal Maupay, a striker who just transferred from Brighton to Everton, might make his team debut. Tom Davies is now available and could be summoned back into the starting lineup as well.
Referee – Darren England
Assistant Referee – Derek Eaton
Assistant Referee – Wade Smith
Fourth Official – Andre Marriner
Video Assistant Referee – Lee Mason
Marc Roca is on our cover! You may purchase a copy for £3.50 at various locations around the stadium and read up about Leeds United and today’s opponents, Everton, before the game.
How to watch
Since BT Sport has been chosen to broadcast the event live, fans without tickets may tune in to watch. As an alternative, remain on this page at leedsunited.com to keep up with developments or watch LUTV to hear commentary nonstop for the entire 90 minutes!