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Leeds United vs Aston Villa LIVE - Confirmed team news as Rodrigo and Cooper return
Leeds United welcome Aston Villa to Elland Road in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon

Hello and welcome to our live coverage from Elland Road as Leeds United take on Aston Villa in the Premier League.

Jesse Marsch's men are finally in action for the first time since the 5-2 defeat to Brentford on September 3 and the Whites will be keen to get their season back on track.

After taking seven points from their opening three Premier League matches, Leeds are without a win in three matches and have fallen into the bottom half of the table.

A win will lift them back into the top half but they face a Villa side rejuvenated in recent weeks after a tough start to the season under Steven Gerrard.

Our Leeds Live Leeds United writers Beren Cross and Will Jackson will bring you the latest from Elland Road throughout the day.

Preview: Leeds United vs. Aston Villa - prediction, team news, lineups
Leeds United will endeavour to snap a three-game winless streak in the Premier League when Aston Villa pay a visit to Elland Road on Sunday afternoon.

The Whites were thumped 5-2 by Brentford during their most recent encounter, while Steven Gerrard's side ran out 1-0 winners over Southampton before the international break.

Any shred of defensive acumen that Leeds had previously demonstrated was nowhere to be seen at the Brentford Community Stadium on September 3, as Thomas Frank's side ran out convincing 5-2 winners thanks in no small part to an Ivan Toney hat-trick.

Luis Sinisterra and Marc Roca's efforts for Leeds proved inconsequential, and Jesse Marsch's red card added insult to injury for the Whites, whose meeting with Villa will mark their first dose of competitive action in nearly a month.

With the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II taking priority, security concerns surrounding their showdown with Manchester United led to the postponement of that game, but Leeds are still sitting in a healthy 11th place in the table, with a game in hand on most of the teams around them.

After taking seven points from their first three games of the new season, Leeds have now posted just one point from their last three top-flight outings, but thankfully for Marsch, Elland Road has been something of a fortress for his side so far.

Indeed, the Whites have won three of their four games on home soil in all competitions this season - drawing their most recent one against Everton at the end of August - and they are one of five teams to have conceded a league-low two goals on their own patch so far.

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