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Brentford vs Leeds: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction

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Leeds United enter the final day of the season knowing they must better Burnley's result against Newcastle in their trip to Brentford.

While Brentford are sat comfortably in mid-table, Leeds go into the final day below the dotted line. Level on points with 17th-placed Burnley, Leeds have such a vastly inferior goal difference that they'll need Mike Jackson's side to drop points to give them any chance of survival.

Here's everything you need to know about the final day meeting between this pair.

How to watch Brentford vs Leeds on TV/live stream

When is kick off? Sunday 22 April, 16:00 (BST)Where is the match being played? Brentford Community StadiumTV channel/live stream? Sky Sports Football (UK), Peacock (USA), DAZN (Canada)Highlights? Sky Sports Football YouTube, BBC Match of the DayReferee? Paul TierneyVAR? John Brooks

Brentford team news

Frank confirmed that Ethan Pinnock wouldn't be rushed back from a thigh injury for the final game of the season after defeating Everton last weekend. Mathias Jorgensen had his campaign cut short by April but Saman Ghoddos returned to some form of light training at the start of May but won't be involved on Sunday.

Frank Onyeka has "a chance" of featuring against Leeds according to his manager after sitting out the entirety of April and what we've had of May with an ankle injury.

Patrick Bamford hasn't quite had his season concretely wrapped up but is "touch and go" ahead of the final match of a frustrating campaign. Adam Forshaw (knee), Crysencio Summerville (ankle), Stuart Dallas (femur) and Tyler Roberts (thigh) have all been ruled out.

Luke Ayling and Dan James have also had their campaigns cut short by the red cards they received in consecutive matches this month.

Brentford may not have a great deal left to play for - especially compared to Leeds' relegation plight - but Frank's side demonstrated the threat they pose against Everton, another club that were fighting the drop, just last weekend.

The pair played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Elland Road in December but both sides have dramatically changed in the intervening months - with Brentford unmistakably improved by the addition of Christian Eriksen while Leeds are missing half of the outfield starters from that day.

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