What channel is Crawley vs Leeds? FA Cup kick-off time, TV and live stream details
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Leeds go to League Two side Crawley Town for their third round FA Cup tie on Sunday afternoon.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side has been one of the most entertaining in the Premier League so far this season, scoring 30 goals and conceding 33.
Their hosts – who recently signed TOWIE star Mark Wright – are currently in a tight League Two promotion race, occupying sixth place and one of the play-off spots in the table.
If the match is all square after 90 minutes then it will go straight to extra time and even penalties as there are no replays in this year’s competition.
What time is Crawley vs Leeds?
Kick-off in West Sussex is at 1.30pm on Sunday.
A number of other games also start at 1.30pm, including Chelsea vs Morecambe and Manchester City vs Birmingham City.
Crawley vs Leeds TV channel and live stream
Leeds’ trip down south is one of two matches being shown live on BBC One and the iPlayer on Sunday.
Coverage begins at 1.15pm, and will be followed at 4.30pm with non-league Marine hosting Tottenham Hotspur.
That match starts at 5pm.
Crawley vs Leeds odds
TOWIE star Mark Wright is now on the books at Crawley
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Could Crawley cause the shock of the round this weekend?
They are in fine form in League Two, Marcelo Bielsa will surely rotate his squad and Crawley boss John Yems said: “We haven’t got a lot to lose, but careers are made for players and games like that. It’s a free punch as far as I’m concerned, but do we want to be in the hat next week?
"Of course we do, we’re not going out to lose, we’re going out to win, and give them a good game of football."
It sounds like Crawley will have a go, but even at 8/1 they don't really appeal.
Leeds are 1/3 while Crawley's attacking approach could see goals at both ends and Over 3.5 goals appeals at 13/8.