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

Leeds can move back into the Championship's automatic promotion places if they claim a victory at Middlesbrough on Monday.

They currently sit third on 87 points, two behind second-placed Ipswich and four off leaders Leicester. The Foxes beat West Brom 2-1 on Saturday, while the Tractor Boys had the weekend off due to Coventry's participation in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Boro sit ninth in the Championship and although they can still mathematically make the play-offs, they are 1000/1 to do so.

With a significant injury list, Michael Carrick's men may fall short against Daniel Farke's Whites.   

Middlesbrough v Leeds

How to watch Middlesbrough v Leeds and TV Channel

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

Middlesbrough v Leeds kick-off time, date and venue

Middlesbrough v Leeds will kick off at 20:00 on Monday 22nd April. The game will be played at the Riverside Stadium. 

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

Middlesbrough and Leeds have met on 102 occasions, most recently in December at Elland Road. 

Leeds won 3-2 that day, with all five goals scored in the first half. Emmanuel Latte Lath opened the scoring for Boro before strikes from Daniel James, Crysencio Summerville and Joel Piroe put Leeds 3-1 up.

Latte Lath netted again in the 45th minute but the visitors failed to find an equaliser as Leeds recorded their 41st victory in this rivalry. 

Overall, Middlesbrough have won 32 times and there have been 29 draws.

Middlesbrough v Leeds head-to-head record (H2H)

Middlesbrough wins




Leeds wins


* H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Middlesbrough v Leeds team news

Middlesbrough team news

Loanees Sam Greenwood and Luke Ayling are ineligible to face their parent club, with Anfernee Dijksteel, who was sent off in the reverse match, expected to deputise for the latter.

Tom Glover (finger) Hayden Hackney (leg), Riley McGree (foot), Marcus Forss (hamstring), Dael Fry (groin), Josh Coburn (groin), Tom Smith and Darragh Lenihan (both Achilles) are all absent, but Paddy McNair (hamstring) could return.

Leeds team news

Connor Roberts has reportedly suffered a recurrence of a muscular injury so recently crowned Championship Young Player of the Season, Archie Gray, could drop into defence, allowing Glen Kamara to fill the youngster’s place in midfield.

Darko Gyabi and Pascal Struijk (both groin) will not play again this season after undergoing surgery.

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