Leeds United vs Chelsea live stream and how to watch the Premier League online
Chelsea will be looking to get their season back on track when they head to struggling Leeds on Wednesday night. Both sides have looked shaky of late, so are there still twists and turns ahead at both ends of the table? Leeds need some points and Chelsea might have other things on their mind ahead of their game at the weekend. Make sure you know how to watch a Leeds vs Chelsea live stream from anywhere in the world.
Chelsea looked like they had third place all sewn up but one win in their last five games has allowed Arsenal to sneak up behind them, with the Gunners now just a point adrift in fourth. The Blues also have the FA Cup final against Liverpool to think about on Saturday afternoon, but can they afford to rest players against a Leeds side that's fighting for its life?
Leeds haven't beaten Chelsea in nearly 20 years but will need to try and get something here to ease the very real fears of relegation back to the Championship. The Whites are only behind Burnley on goal difference, but with a tough home game against in-form Brighton to come, before finishing the season away at Brentford, every point counts in the battle to avoid the drop.
The match kicks off at 7:30pm BST on Wednesday 11th May at Elland Road. Follow our guide on how to watch a Leeds vs Chelsea live stream online, on TV and on your smartphone, from wherever you are in the world.
Held over from FA Cup semi-finals weekend, Chelsea’s rescheduled trip to ancient antagonists Leeds United, three days before the Wembley showpiece, has taken on extraordinary importance.
With one victory from the past five league games, the Blues are under pressure to find form and seal the deal on Champions League football next season, knowing four points from nine available will most likely suffice. Success tonight would be a much-needed boost in the three-way capital carve-up for third and fourth places ahead of tomorrow’s north London derby.
The hosts, who entered the top-flight twilight zone last weekend for the first time since September, have conceded at least once in each of their past 10 home games. The white rose club know as things stand, the season’s outcome is not in their hands.
As ever, history paints extra scenery for tonight’s performance and a desperate, ferocious crowd will be fuelled by the passion of past memories, not least our 1970 FA Cup final duels. More pertinently, in May 2004 the Whites’ last Premier League action for 16 years happened to be against the Blues. Eddie Gray’s already relegated outfit were beaten 1-0 by a club under new ownership and on a very different trajectory.
Premier League football fans in the US can watch Leeds vs Chelsea on Peacock TV and its Premier service which streams multiple live Premier League football games every weekend.
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