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Hello and welcome to GetWestLondon's live coverage of Leeds United vs Brentford.

We'll be bringing you team news an hour ahead of kick off while we will be providing updates as and when they happen from the match itself.

Brentford are going into the game on the back of a 2-0 win over Sunderland, before thrashing Birmingham City by five goals to nil.

Today's game sees Stuart Dallas and Adam Forshaw line up against their former side.

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That’s it. Leeds get the three points

Four minutes added time.

Close as Alan Judge’s free kick is beaten away by Felix Wiedwald. Sergi Canos’ follow up was rushed and skied.

Oliver Langford has realised he can give Brentford a free kick and it’s in a dangerous area

Stuart Dallas replaced by Hadi Sacko.

Barbet booked for pulling back Saiz.

Caleb Ekuban replaces Pierre-Michel Lasogga

Egan booked for preventing a Leeds counter attack

Double change as Dean Smith looks to attack as Emiliano Marcondes and Alan Judge replace Kamo Mokotjo and Romaine Sawyers

Yoann Barbet has a go from Brentford’s latest corner but his acrobatic effort is easy for Wiedwald

Leeds should make it 2-0 with a counter attack. Ryan Woods races back and clears the ball off the line

Sergi Canos comes on for Ollie Watkins. Brentford waste another corner.

Saiz goes down easily under presser from Woods. The Bees midfielder booked for his reaction

Leeds aren’t giving Brentford any time on the ball - Bees must be clever in possession.

We’re back underway at Elland Road

Half time and Leeds lead by a goal to nil

Romaine Sawyers booked after Alioski dives.

Two minutes added on at the end of the first half

All quietened down a bit with the ball being played in the middle. Brentford break down the right and win a corner now.

Alioski, on a yellow card, leaves his foot in on Yoann Barbet. Could easily have been a foul and a booking for the Leeds man.

Bentley makes a critical save to deny Lasogga after Saiz has his shot blocked. Brentford need to regroup quickly

Against the run of play, Liam Cooper rises to nod home a Leeds free kick. Harsh on the visitors.

Sunderland are down to 10 men though as Clarke-Salter sees red. They lead Middlesbrough 1-0.

Anita booked for hacking down Flo Jo and now Alioski joins him in the book.

Pierre-Michel Lasogga goes for goal from distance but harmlessly wide. Elsewhere, Ipswich lead against Preston

Brentford pressure earns them a corner but Watkins’ effort is overhit and out for a throw in on the far side.

Ryan Woods gets Brentford out of trouble, outmuscling three players and emerging with the ball

Much better stuff from Brentford. Florian Jozefzoon beats the offside trap but, under pressure, fires over.

So close. A Brentford free kick is partially cleared. John Egan fires in the volley and Felix Wiedwald tips the ball behind. Great shot, great save.

Sunderland have taken a 1-0 lead against Middlesbrough through Asoro. Kamo Mokotjo fires over for Brentford.