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Leeds v Chelsea live stream: Watch today’s Premier League online

By Harry Edwards

Leeds v Chelsea live stream: How to watch the Premier League online

Published: 7:00, 21 August 2022

Leeds United and Chelsea will both be looking to keep their unbeaten starts to the new Premier League season when they meet on Sunday at 2pm (UK time).

How to live stream Leeds v Chelsea online:

US ONLY: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Premier League fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

*Geo restrictions apply. Fubo is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.

Where to watch Leeds v Chelsea on TV:

  • UK: Sky Sports Premier League
  • US: USA Network

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Both sides have won one and drawn one of their opening two matches, with Leeds beating Wolves and drawing with Southampton while Chelsea beat Everton and were held by Tottenham Hotspur.

Marc Cucurella rules out haircut after Cristian Romero incident

There was a lot of controversy in Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham last weekend, with Blues fans as well as the players and management unhappy about some incidents surrounding both goals. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel was so incensed that he got sent off for two yellow cards, scuffling with Antonio Conte after Tottenham’s first equaliser and then at full-time. The German, who could still be on the touchline at Leeds, is also reportedly at risk of a longer ban for his comments on referee Anthony Taylor after the match.

Perhaps the most controversial moment came just before Tottenham’s second equaliser, when Cristian Romero pulled Marc Cucurella’s hair while contesting a corner. Taylor had his eyes on the ball and did not notice the incident, but VAR Mike Dean looked at it and did not deem it worthy of a red card – much to the surprise of many watching on, including some former footballers.

Dean has since come out and said he made a mistake not telling Taylor to take a look at the incident on the pitchside screen.

However, the victim of the incident Cucurella has insisted he will not be changing his hair anytime soon.

“No, no. This is my style,” Cucurella told reporters when asked whether he would get his hair cut.

“No, for me it is no problem,” he also said of the incident hurting.

“Before the game, I spoke with him (Romero) and it is a fight on the pitch. I have no problem with him and it is only an action in the game. Maybe it was an important action as it maybe changed the final result. I think we will have another opportunity in a few months and this is our opportunity.”

Cucurella, who was giving his first press conference as a Chelsea player after signing from Brighton, also spoke of his preferred position giving Tuchel something to ponder.

He added: “The three positions on the left side are good for me. My best position is left-back in a back four, because I played all my career in the academies in this position. I have more movement and stay more comfortable, but if the gaffer puts me in another position I run as well!”

Scoreline prediction: Leeds 0-2 Chelsea

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