Both Crystal Palace and Leeds will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeats when they meet at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
While Palace slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Wolves, Leeds were humbled 4-1 at home to Leicester on Monday night.
They will now be going head-to-head in south London in their final Premier League game before November’s international break.
Both sides are neck and neck in the table, with 10 points from their opening seven games, although Leeds have scored 13 goals compared to Palace’s eight.
What time is Crystal Palace vs Leeds?
Crystal Palace and Leeds play the second of Saturday’s four Premier League games, which gets underway at 3pm.
Three more London sides are in action on Saturday.
Chelsea take on Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge at 5.30pm, then it’s an east vs west London derby at 8pm when Fulham go to West Ham.
Crystal Palace vs Leeds TV channel and live stream
Fans will need to find £14.95 if they want to watch Saturday’s 3pm kick-off, with the match on BT Sport Box Office.
The pay-per-view channel can be found on set-top boxes (BT channel 494, Sky 490 and Virgin TV), while fans can also purchase the match online.
EE, O2 and Three customers can add the payment to their phone bills.
BT says matches bought on mobiles devices can be watched on TV using Chromecast or Airplay.
The Premier League has agreed to end the controversial pay-per-view scheme, but only after the upcoming international break.
Crystal Palace vs Leeds odds
Everyone saw what Leeds did to the last team they travelled to wearing claret and blue – and they are a generous 7/5 with thepools.com to dish out a Villa Park style beating to Palace.
With just one win in their last five Palace are 15/8 to win with a draw 12/5.
If Palace are to get anything from the game they will lean heavily on talisman Wilfried Zaha. He has scored five of Palace's paltry eight goals this season, his side's last goal four times – and he is 11/2 first and last goalscorer and 2/1 to score at any time.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.
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