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Jets vs. Panthers: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel Jets vs Panthers live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture online and on TV today Preview: Jets vs. Panthers - prediction, team news, lineups Liverpool look to keep pace near the top of the Premier League while Leeds hope to reverse a disappointing start to their season. Liverpool travel to Elland Road this afternoon for a clash against a Leeds side on the hunt for their first win of the season in the Premier League. Leeds United will be looking to record their first victory of the 2021-22 Premier League season when they welcome Liverpool to Elland Road on Sunday afternoon for a mouthwatering encounter. The Whites are currently 15th in the table with two points from their three matches, while Liverpool have made a strong start, collecting seven points from their opening three fixtures to occupy fifth position. Marcelo Bielsa’s side were dismantled by Manchester United in the opening match of the campaign before playing out draws against Everton and Burnley. Leeds have since been boosted by the signing of Daniel James, however, and the Wales international could make his debut against the Reds today. Liverpool, meanwhile, opened their season with back-to-back wins over Norwich and Burnley before being held by 10-man Chelsea in their last fixture before the international break. Leeds were so impressive on their return to the top flight last term, picking up 59 points from 38 matches to claim ninth, just two points behind eighth-place Arsenal and three points behind seventh-place Tottenham Hotspur, and they also ended the campaign in excellent form. The Whites made a disappointing start to their 2021-22 season, though, as they suffered a 5-1 defeat at Manchester United on August 14; Marcelo Bielsa's side are unbeaten in all competitions since then but are still waiting for their first league victory of the campaign. Indeed, they have shared the points with Everton and Burnley in their last two Premier League fixtures, which came either side of a 3-0 home success over Crewe Alexandra in the EFL Cup. Leeds held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw when the two teams locked horns at Elland Road last term, while Bielsa's side were on the wrong end of a seven-goal thriller at Anfield on September 12, and it would not be a surprise if there were goals this weekend considering how both teams will approach the match. The Whites will be slightly wary of the dreaded second-season syndrome, and Bielsa will be determined to put a league victory on the board as soon as possible, but a revitalised Liverpool are set to provide difficult opposition for the former League One outfit on Sunday afternoon. Liverpool's start to the new season has been impressive, as they opened their campaign with a comfortable 3-0 success over Norwich City on August 14 before running out 2-0 winners over Burnley at Anfield one week later. The Reds actually fell behind to Chelsea in their last match before the international break, with Kai Havertz making the breakthrough, but Mohamed Salah levelled from the penalty spot after Reece James, who was sent off, handled the ball, and the two teams ultimately played out a 1-1 draw. As mentioned, a return of seven points from three matches has left Jurgen Klopp's side fifth in the table on goal difference, although it is likely that their position in the division will have changed by the time that they take to the field for kickoff on Sunday afternoon. Liverpool are entering a busy period of the season, as they will open their Champions League group-stage campaign at home to AC Milan next week, before facing Crystal Palace in the Premier League and Norwich City in the EFL Cup in quick succession. The Reds will also play twice more before the end of the month, travelling to Brentford in the league on September 25 before visiting Porto in the Champions League three days later, and it will be fascinating to see what sort of results the team pick up over the next couple of weeks. Both sides could be hit by the absence of their Brazil internationals after the country requested for the players to be banned from appearing in the match following a row over international call-ups. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match. How can I watch? It will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League, with coverage starting from 4:00pm. If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription. What is the team news? All eyes will be on whether Liverpool and Leeds can find a solution with the Premier League, Brazil, the FA and Fifa over the release of their Brazilian internationals. As it stands, Liverpool’s Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino and Leeds’ Raphinha will be banned from playing in the fixture. Should that remain the case, Liverpool will be forced into a change in goal with Caoimhin Kelleher in line for his first appearance of the season. The 22-year-old made two Premier League starts last campaign and also kept a clean sheet in a crucial 1-0 win over Ajax in the Champions League. Diogo Jota would also be set to return to Klopp’s starting line-up while Thiago could come in for Fabinho, with Jordan Henderson moving into holding midfield. Harvey Elliot will be assessed ahead of the Leeds match after pulling out of England’s U21 squad with a minor muscle injury. Leeds were without Mateusz Klich and Junior Firpo for the visit to Turf Moor after they tested positive for Covid-19 but are both expected to return to the fold. Robin Koch remains an injury doubt while Stuart Dallas could be unavailable after he missed Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifiers due to personal reasons. Daniel James could make his first appearance for Leeds in the place of Raphinha, although he has only just joined up with his new team-mates as he was away on international duty with Wales. Leeds boss Bielsa revealed during Friday's pre-match press conference that Stuart Dallas, Junior Firpo and Mateusz Klich are all available for selection this weekend, but Robin Koch remains on the treatment table. Daniel James is also available, having arrived from Manchester United ahead of the transfer deadline, while the Whites will be able to call upon key attacker Raphinha. A FIFA-imposed suspension looked to be ruling Brazil international out of the contest, but a decision was made on Friday night to overturn the ban, meaning that he is available here. As for Liverpool, Alisson Becker and Fabinho have also been cleared to play due to their FIFA suspensions being overturned, but Roberto Firmino will miss out through injury. Virgil van Dijk is available after suffering a fitness scare on international duty, while Harvey Elliott has also been cleared to play, but James Milner and Takumi Minamino remain on the sidelines. Elliott could retain his spot in the middle of the park alongside Jordan Henderson, while Thiago Alcantara had been in line to feature if Fabinho was not available at Elland Road. Further forward, there are not expected to be any surprises, with Firmino's absence meaning that Diogo Jota will start alongside Salah and Sadio Mane as part of a front three. Predicted line-ups Leeds: Meslier; Ayling, Llorente, Cooper, Firpo; Phillips, Klich; James, Rodrigo, Harrison, Bamford Liverpool: Kelleher; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Thiago, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Salah, Jota, Mane Prediction After the frustration of failing to break down 10-man Chelsea’s low block in the second half at Anfield, the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are set to enjoy the space that will likely open up at Elland Road. The absence of Alisson is a concern for Liverpool but Kelleher filled in admirably last season and will be boosted by the presence of Virgil van Dijk in Liverpool’s defence. Leeds have yet to click so far this season and the loss of Raphinha could be the most significant one of the day. Leeds 1-3 Liverpool