Gary Taphouse has shared images which show that Leeds United will see their next two matches aired live on Sky Sports.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side takes on Arsenal at Elland Road next Sunday with the match kicking off at 4:30pm.

On November 28, Leeds will also be shown live on Sky Sports with the broadcaster selecting their clash against Everton at Goodison Park to kick-off at 5:30pm.

Sky Sports commentator Taphouse shared images showing the broadcast schedule for the next two match weeks via his personal Twitter account on Friday evening.

Thankfully, Leeds fans won’t have to splash out £14.95 to watch each of these games as existing Sky Sports customers will be able to tune in with no extra charge.

The controversial pay-per-view scheme was a massive flop and we are delighted that fans made their feelings clear by avoiding paying for matches on box office.

It costs enough as it is to have Sky Sports and BT Sport while Amazon Prime also air a number of Premier League matches a year.

The cost for everything is ridiculous but when fans are not allowed to attend matches, it’s the only way to be able to see the team play live.

The sooner we’re allowed back to Elland Road to watch Bielsa’s men in action the better but for now, we’re happy that order has – kind of – been restored to the point where every Premier League match is being aired with no extra charge.

In other Leeds United news, this £400,000 teenager has a night to forget this week.

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