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Ajax vs Leeds live stream: How to watch club friendlies online

By Harry Edwards

Ajax vs Leeds live stream: How to watch club friendlies online

Published: 11:54, 4 August 2021

Leeds United continue their preparations for the new Premier League campaign with a trip to Amsterdam to face Ajax on Wednesday at 7:15pm (UK time).

Marcelo Bielsa’s side have been busy in pre-season, playing four games so far against a variety of opponents, while Ajax have the Johan Cruyff Shield in their sights at the weekend.


Ajax vs Leeds live stream:

Wednesday’s game is on Bet365’s live-stream schedule for readers with an account. Those without a bet365 account who are over 18 and Gamble Aware need only follow three simple steps to watch Ajax vs Leeds online*:

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Scoreline prediction: Ajax 2-1 Leeds

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Ajax vs Leeds build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Ajax’s pre-season started a long time ago and they have already played six friendlies, with the visit of Leeds being their last before the official start of their 2021/22 campaign. The Dutch champions open the new season with a match against PSV in the Johan Cruyff Shield (Dutch Super Cup), looking to start their campaign in winning fashion and aiming to build on their league and cup Double. Ajax haven’t shied away from tough opposition in pre-season either, facing both Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig, earning draws against the German sides.

Leeds, meanwhile, will be hoping to build on an impressive return to the Premier League in which they secured a top-half finish, just three points behind Tottenham Hotspur in the final European spot. The Yorkshire club have had a fairly busy summer, bringing in six new players to bolster their squad, and look to be in a good position going into the new Premier League campaign which starts in just over a week. But before they face Manchester United, Leeds have two more pre-season friendlies against Ajax and Villarreal, having already faced Guiseley, Blackburn Rovers, Fleetwood Town and Real Betis.

  • Ajax (vs RB Leipzig): Stekelenburg; Mazraoui, Timber, Martinez, Tagliafico; Gravenberch, Blind; Berghuis, Klaassen, Tadic; Haller.
  • Leeds (vs Real Betis): Meslier; Struijk*, Koch, Llorente*; Ayling, Dallas, Firpo; Rodrigo; Raphinha, Bamford, Harrison.

Diego Llorente and Pascal Struijk aren’t expected to feature against Ajax having both picked up knocks in the defeat to Real Betis,

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Players to watch:

Ajax: This pre-season has seen Steven Berghuis make his way to Ajax, treading a rarely-trod path in joining from rivals Feyenoord. The 29-year-old was one of just two players to reach double figures for both goals and assists in the Eredivisie last season, scoring 18 and setting up a further 12.

New teammate Dusan Tadic was the only other player to achieve that feat, and Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is excited about Berghuis’ quick acclimatisation to the team. “He has just started process and that may take a while,” Ten Hag said.

“You can see that he picks things up very quickly and the chemistry is getting there. So the start is there, now we have take it further. He is very driven to get the most out of his career.”

Leeds: From one new signing to an older head looking to continue his excellent form, Patrick Bamford proved everyone wrong last season and will be hoping the pre-season break hasn’t cut his momentum.

As Leeds were earning their promotion from the Championship there was a lot of criticism flying around about Bamford, who some believed was not good enough to lead the line in the Premier League.

But the 27-year-old proved his critics wrong and only three players scored more than his 17 goals in the Premier League last season, with those being Harry Kane, Mohamed Salah and Bruno Fernandes (not something to be ashamed of).

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