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Is Leeds vs Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Robert Worthington

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Is Leeds vs Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Leeds host Everton at Elland Road this evening as Jesse Marsch’s side look to bounce back following a disappointing result last time out.

The Yorkshire club put up a good fight against Brighton on Saturday, but unfortunately walked away pointless with Graham Potter’s side remaining unbeaten.

If Leeds are to push for a mid-table finish this season, they’ll view picking up all three points against Everton as a necessity, with the Toffees very much relegation candidates this term.

After scoring early at the weekend, Frank Lampard’s team once again disappointed the club’s supporters by conceding late on at Brentford.

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Brentford’s late goal wasn’t undeserved either and the Bees were unlucky to walk away without a win after dominating proceedings late on.

Here’s everything you need to know about Leeds Vs Everton.

Is Leeds Vs Everton on TV? Channel and live stream

Leeds Vs Everton will be broadcast live in the UK on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. Viewers will also be able to stream the match on the BT Sport app.

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If you aren’t able to watch the game, highlights will be available on the Sky Sports Premier League YouTube channel later tonight.

What time does Leeds Vs Everton kick off?

Leeds Vs Everton will begin at 8.00pm (BST) at Elland Road in Yorkshire.

Leeds Team News

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Leeds come into this one with a relatively clean injury record. Only Stuart Dallas, Junior Firpo, and Luke Ayling remain side-lined.

Patrick Bamford is set to make a return to the squad after overcoming his latest injury problem, this time an issue with his groin. Liam Cooper could also return.

A first Premier League start could be on the cards for Luis Sinisterra after he impressed in the Carabao Cup last week.

Everton Team News

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Frank Lampard will have to make yet another change to his backline tonight after centre-back Mason Holgate picked up an injury against Brentford on Saturday.

A first start of the season could be on the cards for Michael Keane amid the Englishman being linked to a move to Nottingham Forest.

Neal Maupay could also make his first Everton start after completing a £15 million switch from Brighton.

 

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Leeds United, Everton, Premier League

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