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Bolton v Leeds: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch the Championship Online

Leeds look to get a result against a struggling side.

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Match: Bolton Wanderers v Leeds United

Date: 15 December 2018

Time: 15.00 BST, 10.00 AM EDT, 12.00 PM ART

Venue: University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton, England

Television: SportsMax in the Caribbean, beIN Sports 2 in Australia & New Zealand, Viasport in Norway, and TV3 Sport HD in Sweden.

Streaming: LUTV for certain areas, SportsMax App in the Caribbean, ESPN+ in the United States, beIN Sports Connect in Australia & New Zealand, DAZN in Canada, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, & Austria, SportsMax App in Jamaica and the Caribbean, and Viaplay in Norway, Sweden, and Finland.

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All-time Record: Leeds v Bolton: 29W 15D 23L

Previous League Results: 6 August 2017 Bolton 2-3 Leeds; 30 March 2018 Leeds 2-1 Bolton

Leeds also beat Bolton 2-1 in the League Cup earlier this season.


Leeds will be looking to extend their winning streak against a Bolton Wanderers team that is having problems off the pitch, with players and staff not getting paid and the team banning one of the local journalists for daring to report about them.

Bolton have looked poor recently, and their have been rumours that their manager, Phil Parkinson, might be lured away by Reading FC. While Reading is also in the midst of a tough year in the Championship, it would be a more stable and sane place to manage, which takes some doing.

Leeds have suffered a shock of their own in the past few days, with Samu Saiz apparently on the move to Spain after a deal to send him to La Liga’s Getafe seemed to drop out of nowhere.

Saiz has not been a regular starter in the Leeds lineup recently, which will soften the blow, but it’s still not a good sign to see one of the team’s better players head off in the middle of a promotion push, although it’s been rumoured that Saiz’s departure is for personal reasons, with his partner unsettled and wanting a return to Spain.

It will be interesting to see how Bielsa will utilize the squad in today’s match, as Leeds will be missing a creative spark in Saiz, should he not be at the game, and with a return to fitness by Patrick Bamford, who has almost been forgotten about after his injury. He actually played pretty well and scored against Bolton back in August in the first round of the League Cup.

Bolton are a club in crisis, and the team’s performances on the pitch have been almost as alarming as the stuff happening off the pitch. This is a great opportunity for Leeds to pick up a good win on the road at start the Christmas season off well. Leeds to win 2-0.