Fulham v Leeds United on TV: What channel is it on? How can I watch? Latest odds and kick off time
Leeds United are back in Premier League action against Fulham on Friday night, with the game set to be shown on TV.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side picked up a 0-0 draw against Chelsea last time out to make it 36 points from 28 top flight matches so far this season, and their hopes of a top half finish are still very much alive.
For their part, Scott Parker's men are fighting for their lives at the bottom of the table, and are currently two points adrift of safety having lost 3-0 to champions elect Manchester City over the weekend.
But how can you watch the clash? Here, we take you through everything you need to know…
When is Fulham v Leeds United?
The match between Fulham and Leeds United will take place at Craven Cottage Stadium on Friday, March 19th.
Kick off for Fulham v Leeds United is scheduled for 8pm.
What are the odds for Fulham v Leeds United?
At the time of writing, bookmakers SkyBet have Leeds United priced at 9/5 to win the clash.
A draw is 12/5 with the same outlet, while a Fulham win is 29/20.
SkyBet are offering a odds of 9/2 on Fulham star Josh Maja to score first.
Leeds United’s Joe Gelhardt to score first is priced at 6/1 currently, with Patrick Bamford priced at 9/2.
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What channel is Fulham v Leeds United on?
The Premier League match between Wolves and Leeds United will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
How can I stream Fulham v Leeds United without Sky Sports?
Viewers can also watch the match via NOW TV for a one-off payment of £9.98.
That fee includes 24 hours access to Sky Sports, as well as five months of Mobile Month membership for smartphone users.
Who is the referee for Fulham v Leeds United?
David Coote will referee Leeds United’s Premier League clash with Fulham.
Nick Hopton and Dan Cook will assist Coote, with Darren England named as the fourth official.
Craig Pawson will be the VAR for the game and will be assisted by Richard West.
Is there any team news ahead of Fulham v Leeds United?
Fulham are still set to be without Tom Cairney and Alfie Mawson for Friday’s clash.
From a Leeds perspective, there are a number of players who could be doubtful for the trip to Craven Cottage.
Liam Cooper missed out on the clash against Chelsea through illness, and Marcelo Bielsa should provide an update on his condition in midweek.
Patrick Bamford was forced off during the first half against the Blues after a collision with Antonio Rudiger, and again, Bielsa should give us more news on the striker’s condition when he next speaks to the press.
Pablo Hernandez has been struggling with a muscle injury of late, while Adam Forshaw remains a little way from fitness.
In more positive news, Robin Koch made his comeback for the U23s against Newcastle earlier in the week.