Following a stellar performance in the third round, Leeds United now face Plymouth Argyle in the FA Cup fourth round, promising an electrifying match at Elland Road.

Leeds United’s FA Cup Quest

After an impressive victory over Peterborough United, Leeds United are gearing up for their next challenge in the FA Cup: a fourth-round clash with Plymouth Argyle. The anticipation is high as the team prepares to host the match at the Elland Road fortress.

The Journey So Far

Leeds United’s recent 3-0 win over Peterborough showcased Leeds’ balanced approach, with Patrick Bamford’s sensational goal and Ethan Ampadu’s brace being the highlights. The team’s focus now shifts from their strong Championship campaign to continuing their FA Cup journey.

Leeds United vs. Plymouth Argyle: A New Chapter

The match against Plymouth Argyle presents a unique opportunity for Leeds. The team’s primary goal of Premier League promotion remains, but the FA Cup offers a chance to demonstrate their depth and resilience. With a mix of experienced players and emerging talents, Leeds United is poised for a potentially thrilling encounter.

Plymouth Argyle’s Path to Elland Road

Plymouth Argyle, coming off a solid win against Sutton United, will be looking to make an impact in this fourth-round tie. Their journey in the Championship, including recent fixtures against teams like Cardiff City and West Bromwich Albion, has set the stage for a compelling match against Leeds.

What to Expect: A Tactical Battle

Both teams will bring their unique styles to the field. Leeds, with their 4-2-3-1 formation, has shown a blend of defensive solidity and attacking flair. Plymouth, on the other hand, will likely rely on their cohesive unit and strategic gameplay to challenge Leeds. It’s a game that promises not just goals, but a showcase of tactical acumen.

Leeds United’s Preparation and Lineup

Leeds United’s lineup may see some strategic rotations to keep the squad fresh for their Championship pursuits. Players like Joel Piroe, Willy Gnonto, and Jaidon Anthony could play pivotal roles, while Patrick Bamford remains a key figure in the attack.

Leeds United Fixture Schedule

January 2024

Saturday 13th January – Sky Bet Championship
Cardiff City vs Leeds United – 15:00
Home 4/1, Draw 3/1, Away 4/6

Sunday 21st January – Sky Bet Championship
Leeds United vs Preston North End – 12:00
On Sky

Saturday 27th January – The FA Cup
Leeds United vs Plymouth Argyle – 15:00

Saturday 27th January – Sky Bet Championship
Leeds United vs Norwich City – 15:00

February 2024

Friday 2nd February – Sky Bet Championship
Bristol City vs Leeds United – 20:00
On Sky

Saturday 10th February – Sky Bet Championship
Leeds United vs Rotherham United – 15:00

Tuesday 13th February – Sky Bet Championship
Swansea City vs Leeds United – 19:45
On Sky

Saturday 17th February – Sky Bet Championship
Plymouth Argyle vs Leeds United – 12:30
On Sky

Friday 23rd February – Sky Bet Championship
Leeds United vs Leicester City – 20:00
On Sky

Keep up with all Leeds United fixtures and don’t miss a match!

The FA Cup: A Stage for History

The FA Cup, with its reputation for drama and upsets, sets a perfect stage for this encounter. Leeds United, with a storied history in the competition, will look to add another memorable chapter against Plymouth.

The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup has been revealed, setting the stage for some exciting matchups in this historic tournament. Here’s a look at the other fixtures announced:

  • Watford v Southampton
  • Blackburn Rovers v Wrexham
  • Bournemouth v Swansea City
  • West Brom v Brentford or Wolves
  • West Ham or Bristol City v Nottingham Forest or Blackpool
  • Leicester City v Hull City or Birmingham City
  • Sheffield Wednesday v Coventry City
  • Chelsea v Aston Villa
  • Ipswich Town v Maidstone United
  • Liverpool v Norwich City or Bristol Rovers
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
  • Leeds United v Plymouth Argyle
  • Crystal Palace or Everton v Luton Town or Bolton Wanderers
  • Newport County or Eastleigh v Manchester United
  • Sheffield United v Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Fulham v Newcastle United

These matches are set to take place over the weekend of January 27th, 2024, and promise to deliver some thrilling football action.

Final Thoughts: Anticipation at Elland Road

As the match draws near, the excitement at Elland Road is palpable. For Leeds United, it’s more than just a game; it’s an opportunity to unite our fans and progress in a tournament steeped in history.


I'm Barrie Jarrett, born in Leeds, lived over a decade in South Africa, CEO And Co Founder of Planet Sport Limited and Planet Bet Limited.

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