Leeds United vs Bristol City Live

W@tch Leeds United vs Bristol City Live Stream Premier League 2018 First division of English Football: From the Anfield. (Live) Leeds United goes to Bristol City on Sunday 18, 2018 in the Premier League with the Gunners having just one thing on their mind — not losing pace in the race for the top four. Here’s how you can watch the match and our prediction.

Leeds United vs Bristol City Live

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Match Schedule:
Premier League Game 2018
Leeds United vs Bristol City Streaming
Date : Sunday,18 February,2018
Start Time: 11:30a ET
Where: Anfield.
Live/Repeat:Live

Leeds United vS Bristol City

Premier League leaders City travel to Anfield to face a Leeds United who want to keep putting points on the table to secure a Champions League place. BOTH Bristol City and Leeds United go into the game on the back of wins in the FA Cup which sees them progress into the fourth round. City overcame fellow Premier League side Burnley 4-1 whilst the Reds were victorious over rivals Everton. YOU can watch this game live on Sky Sports Premier League or Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage starting at 11:30a ET.

If you are not a Sky subscriber you can stream the game live by buying a Sky Sports Day Pass from Now TV for £6.99. Alternatively, you can keep-up-to-date with all the latest action on the SunSport LIVE blog. Leeds United will be getting used to life without Philippe Coutinho after he joined Barcelona. The 25-year-old striker joined the club officially on Monday. Daniel Sturridge (muscle), Mohamed Salah (groin) and Alberto Moreno (ankle) are all doubts ahead of the game.

Leeds United welcomes Bristol City to Anfield on Sunday in a top four Premier League battle, with the Citizens in first place with a 15-point lead. Jordan Henderson (hamstring), Marko Grujic (fractured finger), Nathaniel Clyne (back) and Adam Bogdan (ACL knee injury) remain sidelined. Pep Guardiola is expected to name a number of changes to the side which beat Burnley in the FA Cup. Ederson was rested in goal for the match, with Fabian Delph and Kevin De Bruyne also rested. Gabriel Jesus (MCL knee), Vincent Kompany (calf), Phil Foden (ankle) and Benjamin Mendy (ACL knee) remain sidelined.