Fulham 0 Leeds United 0 (Leeds win 6-5 on penalties) - Recap as Whites move into Carabao Cup last 16

Leeds United are taking on Fulham at Craven Cottage tonight in the Carabao Cup - and we will keep you updated with all the latest news here.

Tuesday, 21st September 2021, 11:43 pm
HEAD TO HEAD: Fulham boss Marco Silva, left, and Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa, right. Graphic by Graeme Bandeira.

Head coach Marcelo Bielsa has several injuries to contend with, and Leeds will be back to league action just four days later with the visit of eighth-placed West Ham United to Elland Road in Saturday's 3pm kick-off.

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Leeds are still seeking their first win of the new Premier League season and sit fourth bottom on three points after four games played.

Fulham, under new boss Marco Silva, are second in the Championship following last season's relegation and only two points behind leaders Bournemouth having won five of their eight games played.

A place in the Carabao Cup last 16 awaits the winners of tonight's third round tie at Craven Cottage and you can follow all of the latest news at our blog here.

Fulham v Leeds United RECAP

Last updated: Tuesday, 21 September, 2021, 19:55

  • Carabao Cup third round clash at Craven Cottage
  • 7.45pm kick-off
  • Place in last 16 awaits the winners
  • Leeds fourth bottom in Premier League. Fulham second in Championship.

Tonight’s team news in full

Leeds warm up at Craven Cottage

Leeds United fans packing the Putney End. The home crowd a lot more sparse at the Hammersmith End. Perfect night for football under the lights on the brand new, but unfinished grandstand on the bank of the Thames.

Teams are out at Craven Cottage

Applause for Jimmy Greaves

Tributes paid to a footballing legend

1: Updates to follow here

Phillips and Cresswell at centre-back. Roberts up front. Rodrigo no 10. Dallas is right back and Shackleton the CDM.

2: Muniz puts a header wide from a Kebano cross. Good chance at the back post from a Kebano cross. Kebano not closed down by Dallas and Phillips afforded too much room to Muniz who was only six yards out

5: Comes flying out to get in the way of Quina’s powerful shot, bright start by Fulham

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