PREVIEW: Leeds United vs Hull City


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Leeds United’s Carabao Cup campaign gets underway this evening as we welcome League One side Hull City to Elland Road for the 7:45pm kick off.

The Whites come into the clash off the back of Saturday’s battling performance, which saw them narrowly defeated 4-3 by the defending Premier League champions, Liverpool.

Grant McCann will be hoping his side can carry over the momentum from their 2-0 win over Gillingham at the weekend, whilst also having defeated Sunderland on penalties in the previous round of the Carabao Cup.

The two teams last met at the KCOM Stadium in February when goals from Luke Ayling, Pablo Hernandez and a Tyler Roberts brace secured a 4-0 win for Leeds.

Tonight’s game will be shown live on the Carabao Cup website, with match passes available for only £10. 

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Leeds United vs Hull City

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