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Live online football streaming: Watch Brighton v Leeds in the Npower Championship
Both Brighton and Leeds will be hoping to shake off some struggling recent league form when they meet on Friday night in the Npower Championship at 19.45 (UK time) at The AMEX.
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Bet365 are showing Brighton v Leeds live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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Brighton boss Gus Poyet has demanded goals from his side after the Seagulls’ recent long run without a goal which only came to and end after five-and-a-half hours thanks to Ashley Barnes in the 1-1 draw at Blackpool last time out.
Poyet has praised his defence though, who have yet to concede more than one goal this season in the Championship, and are keeping Brighton in mid-table – above Brighton on goal difference.
Leeds have won just once in the past five Championship matches and Neil Warnock will be keen to get his side up and running again after they had secured three wins in a row, including a famous Capital One Cup win over Everton.
The likes of strikers Luciano Becchio and El Hadji Diouf will likely offer the main threats for Leeds up front who will be buoyed by the emphatic 3-0 win over Southampton on Tuesday evening in the Capital One Cup.
- Updated: October 30, 2012