Brentford vs Leeds: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & prediction

Brentford's defeat to Leeds on the final day of the previous season kept the Yorkshire outfit in the Premier League
Brentford's defeat to Leeds on the final day of the previous season kept the Yorkshire outfit in the Premier League / Craig Mercer/MB Media/GettyImages

Brentford welcome Leeds United to the Gtech Community Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Incidentally, both sides came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw in the midweek round of fixtures. Brentford snatched a point from Crystal Palace in the 88th minute - overhauling a deficit for the fourth time in five games - while Leeds rallied after an early setback against Everton.

Here's everything you need to know about the imminent meeting between this pair.

Where are Brentford vs Leeds playing?

  • Location: Brentford, England
  • Stadium: Gtech Community Stadium
  • Date: Saturday 3 September
  • Kick-off Time: 15:00 BST / 10:00 EST / 07:00 PST
  • VAR: David Coote
  • Referee: Robert Jones

Where can you watch Brentford vs Leeds in the UK?

  • Channel: BT Sport Score (Studio Updates Only)
  • Channel: BBC Final Score (Studio Updates Only)
  • Broadcast Time: 15:00 (BST)

Where can you watch Brentford vs Leeds in The United States?

  • Channel: NBC Universo
  • Streaming Service: NBC Sports
  • Streaming Service: Peacock Premium
  • Broadcast Time EST: 10:00
  • Broadcast Time PST: 07:00

Where can you watch Brentford vs Leeds in Canada?

  • Streaming Service: fuboTV
  • Broadcast Time (EST): 10:00

Where can you watch Brentford vs Leeds Highlights?

  • Channel: Sky Football
  • Channel: BBC Match of the Day
  • Stream: Sky Football YouTube channel

Brentford vs Leeds H2H Results (Last Five Games)

Brentford: 1 Win
Leeds: 2 Wins
Draws: 2

Current Form (Last Five Games)

Brentford: WLWDD
Leeds: DWWLD

Brentford team news

Thomas Frank was without two vertebrae of Brentford's spine for the trip to south London on Tuesday night. Both Christian Norgaard and Pontus Jansson missed out with minor problems. While Norgaard was sidelined with a knock, Jansson wasn't risked in midweek as he nears the conclusion of his recovery from a foot problem.

Kristoffer Ajer and Sergi Canos are also rapidly approaching a return to first team football - although Saturday afternoon may be a week or two too soon for the pair.

Ethan Pinnock has been training on his own as part of his recovery from a knee injury.

Brentford predicted lineup vs Leeds

Brentford Starting 11: Raya; Hickey, Jorgensen, Mee, Henry; Dasilva, Janelt, Jensen; Mbeumo, Toney, Wissa.
Bench: Strakosha, Baptiste, Lewis-Potter, Ghoddos, Onyeka, Damsgaard, Sorensen, Roerslev, Stevens.

Leeds team news

Rodrigo's bright start to the campaign was brought to a swift halt half an hour into Wednesday night's draw with Everton as he was forced off the pitch with a dislocated shoulder.

Jesse Marsch revealed that Rodrigo would not require surgery and would be out for around a month.

Aside from the long-term absentee Stuart Dallas, every other senior player is training and available for selection. Marsch flagged club captain Liam Cooper as the likeliest player to break into the starting XI.

Leeds predicted lineup vs Brentford

Leeds Starting 11: Meslier; Kristensen, Koch, Llorente, Struijk; Adams, Roca; Sinisterra, Aaronson, Harrison; Gelhardt.
Bench: Klaesson, Forshaw, Bamford, Summerville, Ayling, Greenwood, Firpo, Klich, Cooper.

Brentford vs Leeds score prediction

Brentford's only home defeat since February was against Leeds on the final day of last season - the Yorkshire outfit account for two of the three goals Frank's side have shipped in the last seven matches at their bus stop in Hounslow.

With their Premier League survival in the balance, Marsch's side had far more to play for than the Bees that sunny May day. Now into the gloom of September, with everything up for grabs, Brentford may extend their stellar home form at the expense of their entertaining visitors in what could be an exciting encounter.

Prediction: Brentford 3-2 Leeds