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West Ham United heads to Leeds hoping to end a five-match Premier League losing streak on Wednesday at Elland Road (watch live, 2:45pm ET online via Peacock Premium).

The Irons have lost to Man United, Crystal Palace, Leicester City, Arsenal, and Brentford, and they meet a Leeds side on the upswing.


Leeds hasn’t won in three but that includes losses to Spurs and Man City plus a New Year’s Eve draw with Newcastle United at St. James’ Park.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Leeds vs West Ham.

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How to watch Leeds vs West Ham live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 2:45pm ET, Wedneday

TV Channel: USA Network

Online: Watch live on Peacock Premium

Key storylines & (young) star players

Leeds could hand a debut to Maximilian Wober, who arrives from Red Bull Salzburg with the opportunity to help fix a defense that has been less than ideal. Diego Llorente and Rasmus Kristensen are other names to watch.

West Ham has only scored four times in its last seven games and three have come from Said Benrahma. So let’s start there. Declan Rice is perhaps the key to most

Leeds team news, injuries, lineup options

QUESTIONABLE: Patrick Bamford (groin). OUT: Archie Gray (ankle), Stuart Dallas (thigh), Luis Sinisterra (ankle)

West Ham team news, injuries, lineup options

QUESTIONABLE: Michail Antonio (illness). OUT: Kurt Zouma (knee), Maxwel Cornet (lower leg)

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