What channel is Burnley vs Leeds United on? TV info, live stream details, kick-off and more

Leeds United prepare for the trip to Burnley on Sunday in their last Premier League match before the international break.

The Whites will be desperate to go into the two-week interval with their first win of the campaign after picking up a point in the 2-2 draw with Everton last week.

Sean Dyche’s side will also be hoping for a positive result as they are yet to get off the mark this term following defeats to Brighton and Liverpool in their opening two matches.

Leeds were victorious in both of their fixtures against Burnley last season with a narrow 1-0 win at Elland Road before a dominant 4-0 hammering at Turf Moor towards of the back end of the campaign.

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Here is how you can follow the match if you were unable to get a ticket in the away end.

What channel is Burnley vs Leeds United on?

While the match against Everton was not broadcasted due to supporters being allowed in the stadiums again, the trip to Burnley will be televised.

You will be able to watch on Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Premier League and kick off is at 2pm.

With the game part of a Super Sunday double header, the coverage will start at 1pm and will be followed by Wolves vs Manchester United at 4:30pm.

Can I stream Burnley vs Leeds United?

Yes, Sky customers will be able to stream the game through the Sky Go app on desktop, phone or tablet devices.

There will be also be coverage here on Leeds Live, where we will take you through all of the action on Sunday.

Is there any early team news?

Burnley have a number of injury problems going into the match but Dyche hopes to have Ashley Westwood and Matej Vydra available for selection.

The pair have been absent for both of the Clarets last two matches alongside Kevin Long and Dale Stephens who both had surgery over the summer and will not be involved at the weekend.

As for the visitors, Robin Koch is not expected to be available after missing the Everton match. However, following his 45-minute shift against Crewe in the Carabao Cup, Diego Llorente is expected to be in contention for the trip to Lancashire.

Adam Forshaw also continued his long-awaited return from injury in the 3-0 win on Tuesday night but he is unlikely to be risked against Burnley. With the international break so close, it would be wise to wait another couple of weeks to complete his full return to action.

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