Leeds United on Sky: What channel is Leeds vs Crystal Palace on? When is kick-off? What are the latest odds?

Leeds United face Crystal Palace on Monday night looking to exorcise some of their demons from the last time the sides met.

Friday, 5th February 2021, 10:33 am
Marcelo Bielsa, Manager of Leeds United. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

The Whites were beaten 4-1 that day, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side coming unstuck thanks to strikes from Eberechi Eze, Scott Dann, Jordan Ayew, and an own goal from Helder Costa.

Since then, the two clubs have shared fairly similar campaigns, and find themselves level on points going into this one, albeit with Leeds holding a game in hand over the Eagles.

But how can you watch Monday night’s clash? Here, we take you through everything you need to know…

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When is Leeds United vs Crystal Palace?

The match will take place at Elland Road on Monday, February 8th, with kick-off scheduled for 8pm.

What are the odds for Leeds United vs Crystal Palace?

At the time of writing, bookmakers Sky Bet have Leeds priced odds on to win the clash at 17/20.

A draw is 14/5 with the same outlet, while a Palace win is 29/10.

Sky Bet are offering odds of 16/5 on Patrick Bamford to score first.

Palace’s Christian Benteke to score first is priced at 6/1 currently.

All odds correct at the time of writing. Over 18s only. Please gamble responsibly and Be Gamble Aware. www.begambleaware.org.

Is Leeds United vs Crystal Palace on Sky?

Yes, the match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event with fake crowd noise and Sky Sports Premier League with natural stadium noise.

Coverage begins at 7pm.

Who is the referee for Leeds United vs Crystal Palace?

Andre Marriner will take charge of this one, with assistants Scott Ledger and Adrian Holmes. The fourth official will be Robert Jones, while Kevin Friend will be on VAR duty.

What is Leeds United’s head-to-head record against Crystal Palace?

The Whites lost the last meeting between the two sides, slumping to a 4-1 defeat at Selhurst Park back in November.

Prior to that, Leeds hadn’t faced Palace since they were both in the Championship back in 2012/13.

Leeds took four points from Monday night’s opponents that season, recording a 2-1 win at Elland Road and a 2-2 draw in the reverse fixture.