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Is Leeds vs Bournemouth on TV? Channel, live stream and team news

Chris Byfield

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Is Leeds vs Bournemouth on TV? Channel, live stream and team news

A rejuvenated Leeds United take on a stuttering Bournemouth at Elland Road.

Last weekend Leeds ended a run of four straight defeats and eight league matches without a win by beating Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield.

There were scenes of jubilation at the final whistle as the under-pressure Jesse Marsch claimed a vital three points. The American will have an opportunity to increase his job security this weekend with a win against the Cherries.

Bournemouth have lost the last three Premier League games, having previously gone unbeaten in the first six matches of interim manager Gary O’Neil’s tenure.

The Premier League newcomers sit in 14th, just a precarious two points from the relegation spots.


Leeds vs Bournemouth: What time is kick-off?

The game will take place at 3pm, on Saturday, November 5.

Leeds have won all seven of their past home fixtures against Bournemouth, including six in the league. However, this will be the first top-flight fixture between the two sides.

Leeds vs Bournemouth: What TV channel is the game on?

The game has not been selected for broadcast in the United Kingdom, and is, therefore, subject to the 3pm blackout rule.

This is a 60-year-old law that ensures no Premier League, Football League or FA Cup matches may be broadcast on live television on Saturday between 2:45pm and 5:15pm.

The rule was designed to ensure attendances across the football pyramid was not affected by televised games.

You can catch up with the Leeds vs Bournemouth highlights during Match of the Day on Saturday evening.

Leeds vs Bournemouth: Where can I find a live stream for the game?

Likewise, the fixture will not be streamed on any platforms in the UK, due to the 3pm blackout rule.

Leeds vs Bournemouth: Team news

There are no new fitness concerns in the Leeds squad. Colombian winger Luis Sinisterra is expected to be ruled out until after the World Cup because of a foot ligament injury, while Stuart Dallas and Adam Forshaw are also long-term absentees.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto will be absent with a hamstring strain, while David Brooks and captain Lloyd Kelly are also injured.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Leeds United, Bournemouth, Premier League

Chris Byfield
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