Blackpool v Leeds Live Stream
Live streaming football action comes from the Skybet Championship on Boxing Day as out of form Blackpool take on Leeds United, watch a free live Blackpool v Leeds football stream from 17:15 on Thursday 26th December.
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The seasiders have had a difficult run, facing three promotion chasing sides in their last four matches and have play-off hopefuls Leeds to contend with next. Blackpool have lost four games in a row and have dropped to tenth place, but they can go level on points with their visitors with a win on Boxing Day. Manager Paul Ince has had a fair amout of bad luck with no less than five players sent off in the defeats to Yeovil and Derby, causing many of his players to be suspended during the busy Christmas period. Blackpool have back-to-back games at Bloomfield Road and Ince will be looking to make full use of their home advantage, starting with a good performance in this game.
Leeds couldn’t find a way past Barnsley at Elland Road on Saturday and drew 0-0 despite their visitors going down to ten men late on. The Peacocks are fifth in the table with a three point advantage over Blackpool and will be looking to consolodate their position in the play-offs with a win in this match. Two consecutive clean sheets and only one defeat in eight games suggest Leeds can head into this game with confidence, but their away form has been hit-and-miss in this campaign and manager Brian McDermott will not be taking the hosts’ recent poor form for granted.
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Blackpool have conceded at least two goals in their last three matches in Championship and will need to keep it tight against Leeds who have given little away in their recent outings. Blackpool’s Tom Ince has six goals for the season and has been courting interest from Premier League clubs with his eye-catching performances, but the real danger-man in this match could be Ross McCormack. The Leeds striker has netted sixteen goals this season and will be hungry to get on the scoresheet after drawing a blank against Barnsley last time.