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Watford v Leeds: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Leeds are yet to taste defeat in the league in 2024 and they will be looking to continue this scintillating run of form to stay at the top of the division when they face Watford at Vicarage Road.

The Hornets picked up only their third win of the year at Birmingham last time out but their last home victory in the league came back in November, and they may struggle to get the better of the Championship’s in-form side.

Watford v Leeds

How to watch Watford v Leeds and TV channel

Watford v Leeds will be available to watch on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

Watford v Leeds kick-off time, date and venue

Watford v Leeds will be played at Vicarage Road on Friday 29th March, kick-off 20.00.

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

Watford wins

11

Draws

6

Leeds wins

11

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Watford have lost seven of their last 10 in all competitions - including defeats to relegation-threatened Huddersfield and Millwall - and this poor form contributed to the sacking of manager Valerien Ismael earlier this month.

Leeds, meanwhile, have won five of their last six on the road, with each of these victories coming alongside a clean sheet.

The Whites were comfortable victors in the reverse fixture at Elland Road in September, with second-half strikes from Joel Piroe, Sam Byram and Jaidon Anthony completing a 3-0 win for Daniel Farke’s side.

Watford team news

The Hornets look to have avoided any injuries after the international break, with long-term absentee Kwadwo Baah expected to be the only enforced omission.

Leeds team news

Stuart Dallas and Pascal Struijk remain in the treatment room, but the international break may have added two further players to the injury list. 

England Under 21s international Charlie Cresswell was missing from the most recent squad and Connor Roberts hobbled off for Wales in their Euro play-off final defeat to Poland - although the severity of these injuries are yet to be confirmed.

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