Burnley v Leeds live stream, BT Sport, Saturday, May 15, 12.30pm BST
Leeds will be looking to take another step closer to a top-half finish when they travel to Turf Moor to take on Burnley this weekend.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have enjoyed a brilliant campaign following promotion to the Premier League last term. Survival was their objective last summer, and in truth the Whites have not been troubled by the threat of relegation all season long.
A 3-1 defeat of Tottenham last weekend moved them on to 50 points, and Aston Villa’s failure to beat Everton on Thursday means Leeds head into the weekend in the top half of the table. With three games remaining, Bielsa will be keen to stay there.
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Burnley were also victorious last time out. A 2-0 triumph over Fulham sent the Cottagers down to the Championship and confirmed their own Premier League status. The Clarets can soon begin preparations for a fifth consecutive campaign at the top table, an achievement that is all the more impressive given the club’s relatively paltry budget.
Sean Dyche has called this season his toughest yet, and the Burnley manager deserves great credit for leading his side to safety after a disappointing start which saw them take just two points from the first 21 available.
Leeds will have to make do without Adam Forshaw and Helder Costa, but Liam Cooper is available again. Kalvin Phillips is fit again and will replace Robin Koch in the holding role in midfield, while Patrick Bamford is looking for his 16th goal of the season against another of his former clubs.
Burnley will be unable to call upon the services of Robbie Brady, Phil Bardsley and Kevin Long, while Nick Pope and Dale Stephens require late fitness tests. Dyche tends to stick with a settled starting XI and is unlikely to make too many changes for Saturday’s clash with Leeds.
Kick-off is at 12.30pm BST and the game is being shown on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. See below for watching details where you are.
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