Brighton vs Leeds, Premier League (12:30 pm ET, BBC), Live Stream
The focus at the Amex has inevitably turned to the Christmas schedule.
Third-place Brighton has seven points from its last five games – helped along by defeats to Liverpool and Tottenham – and is feeling the pressure as it makes the journey to Elland Road today.
Nathan Baker is a welcome inclusion in the back four, and will be one of the big stories going into the match.
Chris Hughton will be hoping he is in full force, with the only question being whether he is fit enough to play.
Daryl Janmaat was injured in the defeat at Watford – with Martin Montoya claiming that it may take him a month to recover.
Leonardo Ulloa was a late withdrawal against the Hornets, and Hughton will be hoping he recovers for today’s game.
To add to that, Andy King, Yves Bissouma and Solly March are all out for the Seagulls.
Leeds manager Thomas Christiansen has largely played his two strongest teams in the last two matches, but both games have ended in victory against Stoke and West Ham.
And if Christiansen can add another win against Brighton, it could give the Scousers a major shot in the arm just before the match against Manchester United.
Kick-off at Elland Road is 12:30 pm ET.
Watch it on BBC One in the UK or on NBC Sports’ Premier League GameTime package, with streaming available via Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, iPhone, iPad, Android, Roku or Samsung Smart TV.
Live Facebook coverage will be joined by former Leeds goalkeeper Jim Montgomery (13:00 ET), TV host Ronan Ryan (13:30 ET) and former Brighton defender Stephen Ward (13:00 ET).
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