Crystal Palace vs Leeds United: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & prediction

Crystal Palace welcome Leeds United to Selhurst Park in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Patrick Vieira's side endured the toughest start to the season of any club in the division, going up against four of last season's top five - Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea - already, which goes some way to explaining their 17th-placed position.

Leeds defeated the only Champions League-calibre opponent they have faced this term but are yet to collect another Premier League victory since romping to three points against Chelsea in August.

Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming meeting between this pair.

Where are Crystal Palace vs Leeds playing?

  • Location: London, England
  • Stadium: Selhurst Park
  • Date: Sunday 9 October
  • Kick-off Time: 14:00 BST / 09:00 EST / 06:00 PST
  • VAR: Peter Bankes
  • Referee: Paul Tierney

Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Leeds in the UK?

  • Channel: Sky Sports Main Event
  • Channel: Sky Sports Premier League
  • Channel: Sky Ultra HD
  • Streaming Service: NOW TV
  • Streaming Service: Sky Go
  • Broadcast Time: 13:00 (BST)

Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Leeds in the United States?

  • Channel: NBC Universo
  • Streaming Service: NBC Sports
  • Streaming Service: Peacock Premium
  • Broadcast Time EST: 09:00
  • Broadcast Time PST: 06:00

Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Leeds in Canada?

  • Streaming Service: fuboTV
  • Broadcast Time (EST): 09:00

Where can you watch Crystal Palace vs Leeds Highlights?

  • Channel: Sky Sports Football
  • Channel: BBC Match of the Day 2
  • Stream: Sky Football YouTube channel

Crystal Palace vs Leeds H2H Results (Last Five Games)

Crystal Palace: 1 Win
Leeds: 2 Wins
Draws: 2

Current Form (Last Five Games)

Crystal Palace: WLDDL
Leeds: WLDLD

Crystal Palace team news

Goalkeeper Jack Butland has returned to training after recovering from a metacarpal fracture. However, Nathaniel Clyne had to be stretchered off during Palace's defeat to Chelsea last weekend with an ankle injury. Joachim Andersen missed the fixture entirely with "a niggle" which Vieira was keen to play down.

Long-term absentees Nathan Ferguson, James McArthur and Chris Richards are expected to extend their residency in Palace's treatment room this weekend.

Crystal Palace predicted lineup vs Leeds

Crystal Palace Starting 11 (4-3-3): Guaita; Ward, Tomkins, Guehi, Mitchell; Schlupp, Doucoure, Eze; Ayew, Edouard, Zaha.
Bench: Johnstone, Butland, Milivojevic, Mateta, Olise, Hughes, Ebiowei, Riedewald, Gordon.

Leeds team news

Luis Sinisterra's "not intelligent play" - as his manager Jesse Marsch put it - earned the winger a second yellow card against Aston Villa, ruling him out of Sunday's match. Leeds' 16-year-old Archie Gray conspired to fracture his big toe during "an incident at home" last month. The teenager is set to remain sidelined alongside the long-term absentee, Stuart Dallas.

Adam Forshaw's availability is under doubt after missing last weekend's stalemate with a twisted ankle which Marsch insisted was "not so bad". The regular unused substitute Leo Fuhr Hjelde may have to give up his spot on the bench while he recovers from a stomach bug. Fellow youngster Cody Drameh is also a doubt after picking up a knock turning out for the under-21 side.

Leeds predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace

Leeds Starting 11 (4-2-3-1): Meslier; Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk; Adams, Roca; Aaronson, Rodrigo, Harrison; Bamford.
Bench: Klaesson, Ayling, Firpo, Summerville, Llorente, Gnonto, Greenwood, Klich, Gelhardt.

Crystal Palace vs Leeds score prediction

Both clubs last won a Premier League match on the third weekend of the season. However, Leeds' wait for a win at Selhurst Park stretches back 16 years. The Lord of Leisure Wear Gabor Kiraly was in goal for the Eagles during the 2-1 reverse against Leeds in 2006.

Marsch and his players made it abundantly clear that Villa's time-wasting, reducing the tempo to "snail's pace", well and truly got under their skin last weekend. Palace have a cadre of fleet-footed forward-thinking players but also possess the capability to frustrate an opponent - as they demonstrated against Liverpool earlier this season.

With the benefit of home advantage, the Eagles may conclude their wait for a win while extending Leeds' drought.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-1 Leeds

Source : 90min