Preview: Swansea City vs Leeds United

Preview: Swansea City vs Leeds United

A trip to Wales for the Whites.

Leeds United will be looking to make it seven consecutive league wins in 2024 as they travel to Swansea City on Tuesday evening (7:45pm), at the Stadium. 

Patrick Bamford's opener gave the Whites the lead after 10 minutes against Rotherham United in last weekend's Sky Bet Championship clash.

A quick-fire second half brace from Crysencio Summerville wrapped up the three points in style, to keep up the excellent start to the new year for United. 

Results elsewhere sees Daniel Farke’s side sit in third place in the table, remaining just a point behind Southampton in the race to be in the top two places.

Swansea go into the fixture on the back of an impressive 1-0 victory at Hull City thanks to Liam Cullen’s winner at the MKM Stadium. The result leaves the Welsh outfit 16th in the standings.

The two sides have already met once this campaign, with Leeds running out 3-1 victors in November’s midweek clash.

A whirlwind start at Elland Road saw Joel Piroe score against his former employers to cancel out Jamie Paterson's opener, before superbly taken goals from Georginio Rutter and Dan James completed the victory.

Alongside Piroe and James, Farke also has former Swans Joe Rodon and Connor Roberts available to face their former club.

Fans attending the match can find important information ahead of the game further down the page.

For those not travelling to south Wales, you can find out how to follow the action below. Kick off at the Stadium is at 7:45pm.

How to watch:

The full 90 minutes is available to watch worldwide on LUTV! You can watch the game along with pre-match build up, analysis and reaction at Buy your match pass HERE.

Supporters can also follow all the updates live on with our online blog throughout the match. 

The match has also been selected for television coverage, live on Sky Sports Arena. Build up gets underway from 7:40pm.

Important supporter information:

Information about the Stadium can be found HERE.

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, fans entering the pitch, the use of pyros and throwing objects.

What has Daniel Farke said, ahead of the match?

Head to head: 

Wins: 22

Draws: 7

Losses: 12

Top scorer 2023/24: 

Swansea: Jerry Yates (7)

Leeds: Crysencio Summerville (15)

League position: 

Swansea: 16th

Leeds: 3rd

Memorable moments:


Referee - David Webb

Assistant Referee - Shaun Hudson

Assistant Referee - Kevin Howick

Fourth Official - Paul Howard