Leeds vs Man City kick-off time, TV and live stream information


Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s surprise thrashing at home to Leicester City when they go to Elland Road on Saturday.

A Jamie Vardy hat-trick helped condemn Pep Guardiola’s side to a 5-2 defeat.

Hosts Leeds United have won two of their three Premier League games since July’s promotion from the Championship, scoring eight goals along the way.

Patrick Bamford is their top scorer, having found the net in each of his side’s three games so far.

Meanwhile City have problems up front with strikers Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus out with injury.

What time is Leeds vs Man City?

Patrick Bamford has three goals in three games for Leeds in the Premier League this season

Manchester City ’s trip to Elland Road kicks off at 5.30pm on Saturday.

It’s the third of Saturday’s four Premier League games, following on from Chelsea vs Crystal Palace (12.30pm) and Everton vs Brighton (3pm).

The final game of the day is Newcastle vs Burnley at 8pm.

Sunday sees six Premier League fixtures, including Arsenal vs Sheffield United, Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa vs Liverpool.

Leeds vs Man City TV channel and live stream

Riyad Mahrez scoring for Manchester City
Riyad Mahrez scored a stunning goal for Manchester City last weekend

Fans wanting to watch Leeds vs Man City will need a subscription to Sky Sports.

The broadcaster will be showing the game on its Main Event and Premier League channels from 5pm, with Newcastle vs Burnley following on.

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The match is not on free-to-air TV. Those who subscribe – either through Sky or Now TV – can stream the game through Sky Go or Now TV apps.

Leeds vs Man City odds

Pep Guardiola looking dejected with his hand on his head during Manchester City's 5-2 defeat at home to Leicester City last weekend
Pep Guardiola was left dejected after Manchester City’s 5-2 defeat at home to Leicester City last weekend

Two-nil up at half-time in each of their last three Premier League away matches, City have not witnessed a goalless first half in 13 straight top flight matches.

So while Pep Guardiola’s side are 4/11 with thepools.com to win the match, they are a much more generous 4/5 to be leading at half-time.

Leeds are 6/1 to win the match and 9/2 just to draw.

City are 15/8 to cover a -2 match handicap, which they are more than capable of doing.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.





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