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Leeds United v Hull City: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

A Yorkshire derby rounds off the Easter Monday action in the Championship as Leeds host Hull at 20:00.

Youngster Mateo Joseph came off the bench to snatch a 2-2 draw for Leeds at Watford on Friday, extending their unbeaten league run to 14 matches.

Even so, they dropped to second in the standings after Ipswich had earlier won at Blackburn and may continue to find themselves playing catch-up with the Tractor Boys, who are usually excellent at home, and due to host fellow promotion hopefuls Southampton at 17:30.

Hull are also eyeing a top-six place but have failed to win in five, following a run of four draws with Friday's 2-0 defeat to Stoke.

The Tigers start the day six points off the play-off spots and will feel they need a victory from their trip along the M62 to maintain their promotion hopes.

Leeds v Hull

How to watch Leeds v Hull and TV channel

The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

Leeds v Hull kick-off time, date and venue

Leeds v Hull is scheduled to kick off at 20:00 on Monday 1st April, with the game taking place at Elland Road.

Leeds v Hull stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

The pair drew 0-0 in September's reverse fixture at the MKM Stadium.

They have faced each other on 54 occasions, with Leeds generally enjoying the upper hand since winning their first meeting in October 1920.

Leeds wins




Hull wins


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Leeds team news

Daniel Farke brought captain Liam Cooper into the side on Friday but he may return to the bench should Ilia Gruev recover from an ankle injury, with Ethan Ampadu dropping into defence.

Cooper could still drop out, even if the Bulgarian is not deemed fit enough to feature, with Archie Gray an option to move into midfield and Connor Roberts coming in at right-back.

Hull team news

Visiting boss Liam Rosenior could also rotate his side, with midfielder Tyler Morton one of those expected to return, but striker Liam Delap remains out with a knee injury.

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