Preview: Middlesbrough vs Leeds United

A look ahead to Monday's action.


Leeds United face Middlesbrough away from home on Monday evening, with the match getting underway in the North East at 8pm.

The Whites head to the Riverside Stadium looking to return to winning ways, having been without a victory in the last three matches in the Sky Bet Championship.

Michael Carrick’s side have shown strong end of season form and are on a nine match unbeaten run which has consisted of five wins and four draws. That form has seen them move up to ninth in the league, nine points behind Norwich City in the final play-off place.

The last time the two teams met was at Elland Road in December. A thrilling first half saw five goals scored, with Joel Piroe netting a penalty to win the game 3-2, after earlier goals came from Dan James and Crysencio Summerville.

The top-scorer for Monday’s hosts is Emmanuel Latte Lath. He scored twice in West Yorkshire earlier this season and is certainly a player to watch for the United defence in this one, too. Latte Lath has scored 12 up to now.

Top-scorer for Leeds is the recently crowned Sky Bet Championship ‘Player of the Season’, Summerville. He’s scored 18 times so far this season, of which 17 have come in the league.

In this late stage of the Championship season, every point will count towards the final tally. If Daniel Farke’s side can pick up three of them in this encounter, they can move into the top two places.

For those attending the game, you can find supporter information further down the page. Those not in attendance can watch live on Sky Sports, listen live on LUTV, or follow all the action on our live updates page on

Memorable moments against Boro:

Important supporter information:

Discriminatory language or chanting is not acceptable and you could be breaking the law. The club condemns this behaviour and has a zero-tolerance policy towards discrimination abuse of all kinds.

Tough measures and sanctions are in place across all English football leagues to tackle dangerous and illegal behaviours within football grounds, and this involves but is not limited to, discriminatory behaviour, tragedy chanting, fans entering the pitch, the use of pyros and throwing objects.

The pitch is for the players and the stands is for spectators:

What has Daniel Farke said, ahead of the match?

Head to head:

Wins: 41

Draws: 29

Losses: 32

Top scorer 2023/24:

Boro: Emmanuel Latte Lath (12)

Leeds: Crysencio Summerville (18)

League position:

Boro: 9th

Leeds: 3rd


Referee - Tony Harrington

Assistant Referee - Mark Scholes

Assistant Referee - Paul Hodskinson

Fourth Official - Andrew Kitchen

How to watch:

The match has been selected for live television coverage within the UK on Sky Sports. For further information on how to watch the game, please see our 'how to watch' guide on, ahead of kick-off.

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