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Where to watch Norwich vs. Leeds


Leeds United will look to pick themselves up after missing out on automatic promotion as the Championship playoffs get underway this weekend. 

Norwich City hosts Leeds on Sunday, May 12 at Carrow Road, in Norwich, England in the first leg of the semifinals. 

Both teams enter the match in rough form. Leeds have lost three of their last four games, while Norwich have only won two games since the start of April. 

Norwich will lean, as it has all season, on the shoulders of American striker Josh Sargent. The St. Louis, Mo. native leads the team with 16 goals scored and he’ll have to score again — or set up a teammate — to make it to the Championship playoff final. 

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The Sporting News looks at the key details ahead of this game, including how to watch it across the world, kickoff times and the latest lineup news.

The Championship semifinal playoff first leg match at Carrow Road on Sunday, May 12 is set to kick off at 12:00 p.m. local time. 

Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories:

Here’s how to watch this Championship playoff semifinal first leg across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

USA: ESPN+ is the exclusive home for Championship soccer for fans in the U.S. 

Canada: The Championship streams live on DAZN exclusively in Canada.

UK: This match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event in the United Kingdom. It will also be available to stream via Sky GO Extra. 

Australia: Championship fans can watch the game on TV on BeIN Sports 3 or on BeIN Sports Connect streaming online. 

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Leeds manager Daniel Farke will continue to be without winger Dan James and defender Pascal Struijk. Patrick Bamford also continues to be an injury worry, having missed the last match, a 2-1 defeat to Southampton. 

Leeds predicted XI (4-2-3-1, right to left): Meslier (GK) — Byram, Rodon, Ampadu, Firpo — Gruev, Kamara — Gnonto, Rutter, Summerville — Piroe.

Leeds subs (9): TBC

Norwich continues to be without Ashley Barnes, Liam Gibbs, and Cuba international Onel Hernandez, and their depth will be tested against the fast pace and talent of Leeds. 

Norwich predicted XI (4-2-3-1 right to left): Gunn (GK) — Stacey, Duffy, Gibson, McCallum — Nunez, McClain — Fassnacht, Sara, Sainz — Sargent.

Norwich subs (9): TBC

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Leeds comes into the match in a rough patch of form, with three defeats and a scoreless draw in their last five games. With this game on the road, Leeds may focus on getting a good result and preparing to blow Norwich out of the water in the second leg back home. 

Prediction: Leeds 1-1 Norwich

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