Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace: Time, TV channel, live stream, squads for preseason friendly in Australia
Leeds United and Crystal Palace will continue their preseason tour of Australia with a friendly match in Perth on Friday.
Both Premier League clubs have already played games Down Under this month as they look to prepare for the coming season.
Leeds come into the game having beaten Brisbane Roar 2-1 before losing 1-0 to Aston Villa over the weekend.
Palace, meanwhile, lost to Liverpool 2-0 in Singapore before falling 3-1 to Manchester United in Melbourne on Tuesday.
These two sides will be desperate to build some preseason momentum with a win as they eye what could be challenging campaigns in the Premier League.
When and where is Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace taking place?
This preseason friendly is expected to kick off at 18.05 local time (11.05 BST) on Friday, July 22.
The match is being played at Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia. The stadium was only opened in early 2018 and can hold a capacity crowd of just over 60,000.
|Friday, July 22||18.05pm (local) 11.05 (BST)||Optus Stadium|
How to watch Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace
This game will be shown globally on both club’s streaming services, LUTV and Palace TV+. Both require a subscription.
In Australia, the match will be televised on 10 Bold and streamed for free on 10 Play.
|Date||Friday, July 22||Friday, July 22||Friday, July 22||Friday, July 22|
|Time||11:05 BST||6:05 ET||6:05 ET||20.05 AEST|
|TV channel||–||–||–||10 Bold|
|Streaming||LUTV/Palace TV+||LUTV/Palace TV+||LUTV/Palace TV+||10 Play/Paramount+/LUTV/Palace TV+|
Which players could feature in Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace?
Patrick Bamford captained Leeds last time out against Aston Villa and will be hopeful of doing so again as he searches for his first preseason goal.
Daniel James has been a standout player so far for the side during preseason and will be one to keep a close eye on.
— Leeds United (@LUFC) July 14, 2022
Palace’s preseason tour has seen them playing without the likes of Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke, who were among several key players left behind in the UK.
French attacker Odsonne Edouard was left on the bench during the club’s most recent match against Man United and may be poised to feature more prominently on Friday.
Leeds United squad
Goalkeepers: Harry Christy, Kristoffer Klaesson, Illan Meslier
Defenders: Liam Cooper, Leif Davis, Cody Drameh, Leo Hjelde, Robin Koch, Rasmus Kristensen, Diego Llorente, Pascal Struijk
Midfielders: Brenden Aaronson, Tyler Adams, Adam Forshaw, Archie Gray, Darko Gyabi, Mateusz Klich, Marc Roca
Forwards: Patrick Bamford, Joe Gelhardt, Sam Greenwood, Jack Harrison, Daniel James, Rodrigo, Luis Sinisterra, Crysencio Summerville
Crystal Palace squad
Goalkeepers: Vicente Guaita, Jack Butland, Remi Matthews
Defenders: Joachim Andersen, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell, Joel Ward, Tayo Adaramola, Jake O’Brien, Cardo Siddik, Dan Quick, Kaden Rodney
Midfielders: Luka Milivojevic, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Malcolm Ebiowei, Jadan Raymond, Malachi Boateng, David Ozoh, Killian Phillips, Scott Banks
Forwards: Jean-Philippe Mateta, Odsonne Edouard, Jordan Ayew, Rob Street, Victor Akinwale, Ademola Ola-Adebomi