World News – GB – EFL Trophy updates live from Barrow vs Leeds United U21


Mark Jackson takes a Leeds United Under-21 side to Barrow in the EFL Trophy at Holker Street tonight

Leeds United’s EFL Trophy campaign continues tonight, with Mark Jackson taking an Under-21 team to Holker Street to take on League Two newboys Barrow tonight

A very young s-de blanc made up of under-18 players suffered a 7-0 loss to Accrington Stanley last month, but tonight’s team are expected to feature more familiar faces in what should be a more competitive meeting

Jackson’s Under-23s have found form over the past two weeks, with Premier League 2 wins over Sunderland and Middlesbrough, so expect more of those players to be in attendance tonight

We’ll have all of the action here, plus the occasional transfer update as tonight’s deadline approaches

Another chance and another save from Lillis, which prevents Dean from getting his hat-trick after Summerville puts the ball back in

Counter Barrow and substitute Angus uses his pace to enter after a long ball He knocks down Caprile who comes out and can shoot into the empty net

Caprile now makes a save, recovering the ball after a shot from James who needed more power

Another change for Leeds, as Summerville goes into the box, where McMillan shoots It’s at the keeper and Lillis saves

Kay goes up and into the box, but can find a space to shoot The ball is out for a corner and Hird is wide

Shackleton is looking to get after a long ball at the far post, but can’t quite make contact

The game has been a bit more open so far in the second half, but neither team has been able to enjoy it since the break

Barrow charges forward by Luke James and Casey takes one for the team by bringing it down out of the box

The hosts now have a free kick, just outside the box to the right Gribbin is looking to get up over the wall, but he doesn’t come down fast enough and he’s out for a goal kick

First chance for Leeds in this second half as Summerville finds space outside the zone and has a shot It’s a comfortable height for the goalkeeper to catch

Until the second half begins, you can check out the latest transfer news here in our live blog

Two and a half hours to go before the deadline and Leeds have yet to confirm Raphinha’s signing

Davis makes him play Jenkins, who tries from a distance, but it’s gone for a goalkick

And here is the whistle at half-time A very good first 45 minutes on the side of Mark Jackson

One last chance? Shackleton is on the right and he finds Jenkins Struijk then plays him in the box and Summerville looks to find Dean, but is then brought back to the box Nothing given

Dean is then brought back outside the box and a yellow card is dealt to Brown Dangerous free kick, center, 25 yards

Leeds seem to have scrambled here They are struggling to keep pace with this well-trained Leeds side

Now it’s Leeds’ turn to win a corner after Summerville was challenged before they could put a cross

It’s not the best corner, but Barrow makes a mess of their clearance Gribbin tries to be too cute with that again and again Dean is there to make room and insert the ball into the back of the Summerville net with the help there

There is some scrambling into Leeds’ goal as Barrow advances again, but the visitors end up clearing their lines and conceding another corner Again, it comes to nothing

Kay has a ranged try again, with his 25-yard left-footed shot forcing another save from Caprille

Free kick at Barrow, with Gribbin playing it from the right Caprile comes out and has just enough to get him out for a corner

Gribbin is reserved for hosts after knocking down Shackleton just outside the center circle

Looks like there are Leeds fans out of the ground, watching « We All Love Leeds » being sung

Davis rolls left, passes a man and crosses, but Leeds run out of numbers in attack Barrow then pauses on his side, Kay forcing another low stop from Caprile Coin

Barrow loses the ball and Leeds is off to the races again, McMillan coming down the pitch with four teammates also sprinting towards Barrow’s goal His ball is kicked and the hosts recover

Barrow sees the ball a bit more now, but nothing threatens Caprile in Leeds goal

Leeds are playing long and McMillan is looking to get there, but Zouma opens the ball wide

The Whites then win a free kick to the left, which Davis will take He goes short and Leeds continues to build

Struijk walks forward – he watches a class above this match – and makes a foul

McKinstry grabs the ball off the edge of the box and has a crack He’s hit really well and takes a wide deflection

He creates space as the goalkeeper beats at his feet and then shoots into the roof of the net

McKinstry passed the game to Summerville with a nice cross pass The Dutchman was then overwhelmed at the edge of the zone

Davis steps forward and finds McKinstry as Leeds look to attack Shackleton and Jenkins both step up on the ball as Leeds patiently build play

Summerville shows off a superb first touch on the right as he brings in a high ball, but his cross is easily cut

Caprile makes a save for Kay, who tries his luck at 25 meters The Italian parries for a corner, which Leeds takes care of

The average age of this Leeds team is a little older tonight and they hold the ball much better

The hosts have Yoan Zouma, brother of Chelsea defender Kurt in their act tonight, as well as Callum Gribbin, who was once the next big event at Manchester United

The opening minutes are played in Leeds half-time, with the hosts putting pressure on Mark Jackson’s side

Leeds gives us the kick-off after both sides hit the knee to respect the Black Lives Matter movement

Leeds United, Barrow AFC, EFL Trophy, Jamie Shackleton, Elia Caprile

World News – GB – EFL Trophy updates live from Barrow vs Leeds United U21


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