Leeds United 1 Brighton 1 live: Late Pascal Struijk strike takes Whites out of drop zone

Leeds United face their final home game of the Premier League season against Brighton today, and you can follow all of the developments here.

Leeds will be relegated bar a goal difference miracle if Jesse Marsch's side fail to pick up at least a point from either today's 2pm kick-off against the Seagulls or next Sunday's season finale at Brentford.

But United's destiny is already out of their own hands as third-bottom Leeds are level on points with fourth-bottom Burnley but having played a game more and with a far worse goal difference.

Fifth-bottom Everton are now two points ahead of Leeds and with an additional game left, plus a far better goal difference.

MAYHEM: Pascal Struijk celebrates his 92nd-minute equaliser. Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images.

Fifteenth-placed Southampton are the only other team who could mathematically go down to join Watford and Norwich City who have already been consigned to the drop.

However, the Saints would need a miracle set of results considering that they are six points ahead of Leeds and also have a far better goal difference.

Burnley, Leeds and Everton are all in action today and our live blog below will keep you up to date with everything on a potentially decisive day including.

Our blog will bring you all the pre-match build-up, confirmed XIs and then live match updates and analysis from Elland Road as the Whites take on the Seagulls.

The game is not being broadcast live on TV.

Burnley are the first team of the relegation-battling trio in action today when they visit top-four chasing Tottenham Hotspur in a 12 noon kick-off.

Everton are at home to Brentford at 4.30pm.

Leeds United 1 Brighton 1 recap

Last updated: Sunday, 15 May, 2022, 14:02

  • 2pm kick-off at Elland Road
  • United’s last home game
  • Burnley away at Spurs at noon

How we expect Leeds to line up

Crucial. Good morning from Elland Road

Underway at Tottenham

Imperative that Burnley don’t get a win there, this is what it has come to

Marsch on the run-in

Koch and Archie Gray the first two out.

Kenneh also with the squad and Bate again.

Arrivals at Elland Road

At Spurs. Even a point for the Clarets is huge.

Raphinha and Harrison

Both with the squad too

Kane penalty on the stroke of half-time. 1-0 up.

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