Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace live score, updates, highlights & lineups from friendly match in Australia


Leeds United and Crystal Palace will face off in a friendly match at Optus Stadium in Perth as both teams complete their tours of Australia.

The Whites will be looking for their third win of pre-season after snaring victories against Blackpool and Brisbane Roar, but going down to Aston Villa.

Palace have endured friendly defeats to Liverpool and Manchester United in their campaign preparations and will be looking for a positive performance ahead of the start of the Premier League season in two weeks.

The Sporting News is following the Leeds-Palace match live and providing live score updates and commentary.

Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace score (second half – live)

  1H 2H Final
Leeds United 0 1
Crystal Palace 0 1


Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace live updates, highlights from friendly in Australia

84th min: Jesse Marsch is the latest to go into the referee’s book for being outside his technical area.

83rd min: Gelhardt drives a shot on goal from outside the area and Guaita makes an acrobatic save. Good football all around.

82th min: Leeds give away the ball in midfield. Jesse Marsch slams the turn in anger. However, Palace can’t manage to get a quality chance with Eboiwei’s shot from outside the area being blocked.

78th min: Gelhardt springs through on goal once again but he is flagged for offside. Tight call but looks correct. The young striker missed the shot anyway.

76th min: Edouard nods wide from the set piece that was swung in from deep. It looks as if Palace are on top at the moment.

75th min: The match is petering out here in Perth with both teams fielding plenty of squad players at the moment.

70th min: Palace have made a change. Eboiwei has come on for Ozoh. Will the match open up in the final 20 minutes?

67th min: Goal! Mateta equalises for Palace on a lightning counter-attack. Ayew gets clear down the left. He drives into the box, squares to Mateta, who manages to tap in from close range.

66th min: Great save by Guaita. Gelhardt springs the offside trap. He tries to chip Guaita from outside the area but the Palace keeper gets a finger tip and it goes wide.

64th min: Greenwood is the fifth player to go into the book. A high amount of yellow cards for a friendly. 

57th min: Fortunate break for Leeds. They have been the better side but that was a very soft penalty. Palace players were not happy. There didn’t seem to be much contact between Ward and Summerville.

56th min: Goal! Rodrigo slots the penalty past Guaita. Clinically into the bottom left corner.

55th min: Penalty to Leeds. One of Leeds subs Summerville goes down under pressure from Ward and a penalty is awarded. Looked very soft. Ward is carded.

52nd min: Leeds have made a few substitutions at half-time. Daniel James is on. Still trying to get confirmation of the rest. Crystal Palace are unchanged.

47th min: There is a shout for handball against Hjelde in the box but replays show his arms were by his side.

Second half: We are underway again at Optus Stadium.

Half time: Leeds United 0-0 Crystal Palace.

The Whites have had the best of a contest with relatively few chances. The biggest news has been injuries to Leeds signing Luis Sinisterra and captain Adam Forshaw. Hoping for a better second half.

46th min: There will be two minutes of added on time.

45th min: Bamford receives the ball outside the area. He launches a strike at goal but Ward manages to deflect it wide.

44th min: Pair of corners to Leeds. Harrison takes both. Neither delivery is excellent though and Palace aren’t troubled.

41st min: Nearing half-time here in Perth. Hasn’t been many chances so far. Struggling to recall a good shot on target.

38th min: Rodrigo is slipped into space through the left channel of the box. He looks to square the ball but there isn’t any team-mates in the vicinity to take advantage.

33rd min: Forshaw immediately comes from the field and goes down the tunnel. Another injury. Looks precautionary. Marc Roca has come on as a replacement.

32nd min: Plenty of feeling in the game however. Kristensen is the third player shown a yellow card for his tackle on Forshaw.

32nd min: We are still yet to have a decent chance on goal. The best so far has been Eduoard’s missed scissor kick.

31st min: Struijk gets down the left and swings the cross in but it’s claimed easily by Guaita.

27th min: Palace earn a free kick from a deep position. Milivojevic gets an opportunity to swing the ball into the box but he pushes it too deep and Meslier deals with it.

23rd min: Bamford is flagged again for offside. This time a step over the halfway line with Palace pushing up high.

20th min: Harrison’s corner is comfortably cleared by Palace. Leeds have definitely shaded this contest so far.

19th min: Bamford is sprung clear down the right flank. He floats a ball into the box but Palace clear comfortably. Leeds continue the pressure but their opposition hold firm with a corner the result.

14th min: Rodrigo has come on to replace Sinisterra. Hopefully the Colombian will be fit for the start of the Premier League season.

12th min: Huge blow for Leeds. Looks like Sinisterra has picked up a left hamstring problem. He is coming from the field to be replaced.

8th min: Chance on the break for Palace. Edouard streaks clear, feeds it out wide, sets himself for the scissor kick at the back post, but he can’t make good connection with the acrobatic effort.

6th min: Palace give the ball away. Sinesterra shows he talents by getting on the ball and wiggling out of a tight space. He tries to put through Bamford but the striker is clearly offside.

5th min: Looks like Leeds are playing a back three tonight. They have had most of the early possession also.

1st min: Leeds are straight on the attack. Aaronson tries to thread a ball through to Bamford, but the pass is misdirected. Lively start by the Whites.

Kick-off: We are underway at Optus Stadium.

5 mins before KO: Hoping for lots of goals in Perth tonight. Both teams look to have picked their strongest available XI’s too.

15 mins before KO: The crowd is starting to build at Optus Stadium. Here is a look at the venue from Palace’s perspective.

50 mins before KO: Leeds United has selected new signing Luis Sinisterra to start in their team. See their starting XI and subs here.

60 mins before KO: Crystal Palace’s team features an exciting front three of Odsonne Edouard, Jordan Ayew and Jean-Philippe Mateta. See their starting XI and subs here.

180 mins before KO: Welcome to Optus Stadium for tonight’s friendly match between Leeds United and Crystal Palace in Perth, Australia.

Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace lineups

Leeds United starting XI and substitutes

Crystal Palace starting XI and substitutes

How to watch Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace

This game will be shown globally on both club’s streaming services, LUTV and Palace TV+. Both require a subscription. 

In Australia, the match will be televised on 10 Bold and streamed for free on 10 Play

  UK USA Canada Australia
Date Friday, July 22 Friday, July 22 Friday, July 22 Friday, July 22
Time 11:05 BST 6:05 ET 6:05 ET 20.05 AEST
TV channel 10 Bold
Streaming LUTV/Palace TV+ LUTV/Palace TV+ LUTV/Palace TV+ 10 Play/Paramount+/LUTV/Palace TV+

Which players could feature in Leeds United vs. Crystal Palace?

Patrick Bamford captained Leeds last time out against Aston Villa and will be hopeful of doing so again as he searches for his first goal in preseason. 

Daniel James has been a standout player so far for the side during preseason and will be one to keep a close eye on. 

Palace’s preseason tour has seen them playing without the likes of Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke, who were among several key players left behind in the UK. 

French attacker Odsonne Edouard was left on the bench during the club’s most recent match against Man United and may be poised to feature more prominently on Friday. 

Leeds United squad

Goalkeepers: Harry Christy, Kristoffer Klaesson, Illan Meslier

Defenders: Liam Cooper, Leif Davis, Cody Drameh, Leo Hjelde, Robin Koch, Rasmus Kristensen, Diego Llorente, Pascal Struijk

Midfielders: Brenden Aaronson, Tyler Adams, Adam Forshaw, Archie Gray, Darko Gyabi, Mateusz Klich, Marc Roca

Forwards: Patrick Bamford, Joe Gelhardt, Sam Greenwood, Jack Harrison, Daniel James, Rodrigo, Luis Sinisterra, Crysencio Summerville

Crystal Palace squad

Goalkeepers: Vicente Guaita, Jack Butland, Remi Matthews

Defenders: Joachim Andersen, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell, Joel Ward, Tayo Adaramola, Jake O’Brien, Cardo Siddik, Dan Quick, Kaden Rodney

Midfielders: Luka Milivojevic, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Malcolm Ebiowei, Jadan Raymond, Malachi Boateng, David Ozoh, Killian Phillips, Scott Banks

Forwards: Jean-Philippe Mateta, Odsonne Edouard, Jordan Ayew, Rob Street, Victor Akinwale, Ademola Ola-Adebomi

Premier League 2022/23 TV channels, live streams

  UK USA Canada Australia
TV channel Sky Sports, BT Sport USA Network, Telemundo, Universo
Streaming NOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon Prime fuboTV, Peacock fuboTV Optus Sport

UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with select matches on Amazon Prime.

USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport

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