Is Crystal Palace vs Leeds on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news

CRYSTAL PALACE welcome Leeds to Selhurst Park with both sides looking to get back to winning ways.

The Eagles went down 2-0 to Wolves last time out and have won just one of their last five Premier League games.

Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds meanwhile put up a good fight against Leicester, eventually going down 4-1 on Monday Night Football.

When is Crystal Palace vs Leeds?

  • This Premier League clash will be held on Saturday, November 7.
  • Kick-off is set for 3pm GMT.
  • These sides haven't met in a league game since 2013, when they played out a 2-2 draw on this ground.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

Sadly this game isn't being shown on either Sky Sports or BT Sport to subscribers.

It is instead a pay-per-view event and will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office for a price of £14.95.

The Premier League is set to ditch it's PPV events following this weekend, with games becoming more accessible to fans with the UK under varying degrees of national lockdown.

The match will also be on talkSPORT 2 with Adrian Durham's GameDay Live.

Match odds

  • Crystal Palace win – 19/10
  • Draw – 23/10
  • Leeds victory – 29/20
  • Over 2.5 goals – 10/11

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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    Quotes from the Leeds manager ahead of today’s trip to Crystal Palace where he addressed the lockdown, updates on players and his opinion on the opposition.

    “It’s not my responsibility, it’s my job and if we can help to bring some entertainment or make people feel better, then that would be great. I can’t give you a better answer as there are some people for who watching football may not be able to ease their woes.”

    “For every position on the pitch we have some options. In the number nine and ten positions Rodrigo is an option but he is not the only option. It’s always good to have everybody available but the design of the squad is so that we can solve these problems.”

    “They [Crystal Palace] are a team that has four very important players in attack. A team that has a stable base. They have a distinct style which they don’t change and they improve.”

    “And like the majority of the teams in the division they have had some good moments and some not so good moments. They are a team with experience.” Bielsa added.

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    13 Casilla, 47 Jenkins, 49 Casey, 24 Davis, 18 Raphinha, 11 Roberts, 7 Poveda

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    Bielsa has been dealt two major blows with Kalvin Philips and Diego Llorente both being absent, however, Brazilian winger Raphinha makes the bench.

    1 Meslier, 2 Ayling, 5 Koch, 6 Cooper, 15 Dallas, 21 Struijk, 43 Kilich, 17 Costa, 10 Alioski, 22 Harrison, 9 Bamford

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    1 Butland, 24 Cahill, 12 Sakho, 22 McCarthy, 15 Schlupp, 20 Benteke, 23 Batshuayi

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    With skipper Milivojevic unavailable after his red card against Wolves, Hodgson puts his faith in Scott Dann to lead the side today.

    31 Guaita, 17 Clyne, 8 Kouyate, 6 Dann, 3 P. Van Aanholt, 10 Townsend, 44 Riedewald, 18 McArthur, 25 Eze, 9 Ayew, 11 Zaha

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    Whilst the topic is the Eagles’ boss, he was discussing today’s opponents in his pre-match chat on the Crystal Palace website.

    “Marcelo’s a man who has had a lot of success since coming to Leeds. I think it was an inspired decision to take him on as manager first because he’s got them back into the Premiership which so many people have tried and not been able to do, and now of course he’s started extremely well in the Premiership.”

    “He’s a person who I have very much respect for and I am impressed by the type of football that Leeds are playing.” Hodgson added

    “The fact is if you’re going to get a lot of players forward which will give you a chance to score goals there’s no question of that, there’s always going to be the mist that against teams that have got quick players or who are very in depth using counter attacking tactics, they’re likely to cause you a few problems on the counter attack.”

    “I would say one thing, I think Leeds for a team that throw a lot of players forward manage to get them back pretty quickly in most instances, more quickly than many teams are able to do.”

    “That is the way that Marcelo Bielsa and the Leeds team have set out to play, that is their style, everyone knows what it is but you got to be good enough to deal with it.”

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    Crystal Palace fans, you may want to close your eyes for this stat.

    Eyes closed? OK here we go.

    Roy Hodgson’s worst 100% losing record is against Leeds. He has lost all three of his Premier League meetings with the Whites.

    The most previous encounter between Hodgson and Leeds was a home game when he was in charge of Blackburn in 1997. They lost 3-4 conceding all 4 goals in the opening half an hour.

    Not good at all.

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    Crystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic is set to be side-lined for this afternoons match against Leeds.

    The Serbian international was shown a straight red in the Eagles’ last encounter against Wolves for a challenge on Joao Moutinho which was deemed dangerous.

    Roy Hodgson describes the situation as a “gross injustice” because the club tried to appeal the red card but it was quickly dismissed.

    After the game, the boss spoke on the situation

    “My view is it’s not a sending off and I’ve told Martin Atkinson. He thinks there was a reason to give a red card but I’ve seen it as well and I certainly don’t agree with that. It was a fair challenge and there was no intent to contact Joao Moutinho at all.”

    “To get three games for that would be a gross injustice.”

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    Having already missed Monday’s clash against Leicester, Leeds United forward Rodrigo will still be unavailable for this afternoon’s trip to Crystal Palace after it was confirmed that he tested positive for Covid-19.

    Fortunately he took to Instagram to clear up any doubts on his health situation.

    The Spanish international said “Both my family and I feel great. We are lucky enough to feel healthy and we are keeping a positive attitude.”

    Despite Marco Bielsa not being able to field his clubs record signing, Rodrigo’s strike partner Patrick Bamford is in red hot form away from home. Bamford has five goals in his three away appearances for the Whites including a hat-trick against high flying Aston Villa.

    Pressure is on Patrick.

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    The Eagle’s chairman Steve Parish announced plans of a much needed redevelopment on Selhurst Park in December 2017 which had most fans excited.

    Talks had been ongoing for the last three years but news on the situation had been put on pause with the national lockdown throughout the summer, being a heavy part of that.

    However, according to the Athletic publication journalist, Matt Woosnam, there has been a significant breakthrough in the proposal after a meeting with Croydon Council on Thursday was successful.

    He said that the plans “look much more likely” and it “would leave an impressive legacy”.

    A fresh look to the stadium will not only make it appealing appearance wise but could possibly attract players to the squad propelling Crystal Palace to that next level.

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    Cheer up Sun Sport family!

    The Government may have put us in another national lockdown here in the UK, however, one positive thing that will continue is the blogs for all you beautiful people out there.

    This afternoon we take a trip South London where Crystal Palace will be entertaining Leeds United down at Selhurst Park.

    The last time these two met, it ended in a stale mate. A 2-2 draw was the final result in March 2013 when both teams were battling it out in the Championship.

    Hosts Crystal Palace have had an indifferent start to the season. They had a perfect start to the campaign gaining six points out of a possible six with one of them victories being a 3-1 win at Old Trafford, but since then, the Eagles have lost three of their past five games conceding at least twice in each defeat.

    On the other hand, newly promoted side Leeds United are on course to equal their record in 2002 where they won three consecutive Premier League away games. However, the Whites did receive a 4-1 drumming at the hands of Leicester in their most recent fixture so they’ll be hoping to bounce back immediately from that.

    It’s still early days in the 2020/2021 season but three points for either team just before we head into the international break I’m sure would be welcomed.

    Stay tuned to see how this unfolds.

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