Leeds United welcome Hull City to Elland Road on Wednesday evening in the second round of the Carabao Cup.
The Whites will be expected to make wholesale changes for the Yorkshire derby from the side that fell to a 4-3 defeat against Liverpool on Saturday.
Rodrigo could make his full debut for the club with the Spaniard coming off the bench at Anfield, with his clumsy tackle costing the Whites an impressive point.
The game with Hull is not being shown live on Sky Sports, with West Brom facing Harrogate and Everton against Salford being broadcasted.
Leeds shared a report on their website on Tuesday, revealing the only way to watch the game will be an online stream.
Whites fans will need to spend £10 on a matchday pass on the Carabao website, which will give them single-camera coverage with a neutral commentary.
There is also an audio commentary on LUTV with Bryn Law and Tony Dorigo, which is available for only 99p.
Marcelo Bielsa isn’t afraid to make a number of changes in cup competitions and will be eager to avoid the disappointment of last season.
Leeds crashed out of the first round of the Carabao Cup against Stoke on penalties last season with a number of academy players given the nod.
Bielsa was left raging after that game, although we still expect him to hand chances to the likes of Charlie Cresswell and Ian Poveda.
Barry Douglas and Ezgjan Alioski were both unused against Liverpool, and they should be adding valuable experience at Elland Road.
A third-round tie against West Ham is on the line for the Whites, and fans will have to spend £10 to watch the clash on Wednesday.
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