Last Updated: 23/09/11 9:48pm
Well I'm sure that you would agree that it was a totally entertaining game here at the Amex. Both teams played their part in a thrilling contest and we can only hope that you guys at home enjoyed that as much as us. Please stayed tuned for all the post match reaction.
Howson reacts quickest to a knockdown and gets to the byline and squares it for Mccormack how again provides a clinical finish
CHANCE!!! Vayrynen hits a low drive from the edge of the area that the keeper can only parry into the path of Clayton but on his weaker left foot he can only blaze over
Both sides are looking for a the winning goal. Neither of them look like they are going to settle for the draw tonight
Painter over hits a ball into the channel that Mackail-Smith again chases down. His energy levels show no signs of dropping.
LuaLua again shows his ability, he beats his man effortlessly and puts in a cross to the far post but no one is there for any easy tap in. He really does look a player this lad
Bromby is again in the thick of the defensive action as he just gets a tackle in on LuaLua as he tries to wriggle through defenders
Vicente looks like a real class act for Brighton and he is sure to enhance their rich blend of attacking football
A clever run from Barnes allows him to get behind the Leeds backline put his shot on his weaker left foot is dragged across the goal.
Mackail-Smith is dragging his markers all across the line as they try and quell his all action style.
Mackail-Smith is chasing every ball down and putting O'Dea under pressure as he tries to let the ball run out.
CHANCE!!! Lees manages to get a block on Mackail-Smith who is about to get a shot on goal from eight yards in the centre of the goal.
The crowd here at the Amex now have an added gusto in their voice have really created a great atmosphere
Great goal. The Brighton striker produced a lovely turn to lose two Leeds defenders before slotting the ball home
LuaLua has just hit a dreadful shot from the edge of the box of a Barnes lay off. He tried to curl in the goal from the edge of the box but skewed it wide.
Leeds lead 2-0 and totally deserved to be. Their game plan has been fantastic, they have frustrated their hosts and proved clinical in front of goal. Can Brighton find the answers after the interval? Will Leeds continue to torment their hosts? Join us after the break for all the answers and second half commentary.
Great skill and cross from LuaLua on the right side, Lonergan comes to claim the cross but Noone looks to get there before the Leeds keeper. Nothing given though.
Leeds are still not allowing Brighton to get their heads up and play. Snodgrass and Clayton are chasing them down.
OUCH!!! Calderon deserved to get sent off as he put an ugly two-footed challenge on Pugh. Not sure the referee saw it properly as he definitely would have acted.
A corner into the Leeds box falls to Seagulls striker but Lonergan dives at his feet to smoother the danger.
LuaLua again works his magic and flashes a cross along the Leeds area but Snodgrass is alive to the danger and clears the ball.
Lovely burst from LuaLua to get to the byline but Lees stays with his man to get a tackle in at the last moment.
Calderon gives the ball away with a stray pass allowing Leeds to break as Brighton again struggle to find a way through.
Howson gives a silly free-kick away on Barnes 40 yards from the Leeds goal. Dicker's floated free-kick was too high allowing Lonergan to come and claim the ball.
Brighton can't find a way through Leeds who have got men behind the ball and making it difficult for the home side to find any gaps in their defence.
Snodgrass gicves the ball away cheaply which allows Brighton to counter. Barnes tries to get a shot off from the edge of the box which is blocked by Barton
Another goal for Leeds in this half could kill this game off as McCormack will look to add to his tally of 10 goals in his last 13 games
McCormack recieved the ball outside the area and produced a lovely turn before thumping home a left effort that flashed into the net. Great strike.
CHANCE!!! Mackail-Smith runs off O'Dea to meet Noone's cross with a diving header which is just wide.
O'Dea is alert at the back for Leeds as he snuffs out some danger as Mackail-Smith tries to get in behind
CHANCE!! Snodgrass cuts inside from the left flank and hits one with the outside of his boot but it flew over the bar
Mackail-Smith is unable to cushion the ball into the path of LuaLua and chests the ball out of play.
A long ball is pumped up to Keogh but despite jumping early he is unable to get his head on the ball.
Calderon is able to continue after recieving treatment as both teams go in search of the opening goal
Pugh catches Calderon accidentally with his arm but there is no question of an intent. The Leeds man had his eyes firmly on the ball.
CHANCE! Calderon loses Pugh from the corner and gets an effort on goal which is blocked. The ball fell to Barnes just six yards out and he blasted over
Ian Radcliffe says: Looking forward to todays game, sat here in Arkansas USA wondering if the mighty Leeds can build on their last couple of league wins. Marching on together, from the USA! Leeds, Leeds, Leeds.
Leeds: Lonergan, Lees, Bromby, O'Dea, White, Snodgrass, Howson, Clayton, Pugh, Keogh, McCormack. Subs: Rachubka, Kisnorbo, Vayrynen, Becchio, Forssell.
Brighton: Ankergren, Greer, Dunk, Calderon, Painter, Noone, Dicker, LuaLua, Bridcutt, Barnes, Mackail-Smith. Subs: Brezovan, Hoskins, Navarro, Vicente, Vincelot.
Luciano Becchio is poised for his first start of the season after recoverying from a hamstring injury.
For Leeds, Danny Pugh, who has rejoined the club for a second spell and is expected to be handed a start.
Will Hoskins could make the bench after a hip injury but Tommy Elphick (Achilles) and Adam El-Abd (foot) are both out.
Lewis Dunk, Gary Dicker and Ryan Harley are all poised to return for the Seagulls after being rested against Liverpool.
Will Painter returns to the side after missing the Liverpool game through suspension to regain his left-back slot.
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Leeds have made a sluggish start to the campaign but they will hope to impress on their second outing on the Sky cameras in 48 hours.
Gus Poyet's team will hope to get back to winning ways after two defeats on the bounce in the League and Carling Cup.
Good Evening and welcome to the Amex Stadium for tonight's Championship clash between Brighton and Leeds.