Leeds v Birmingham Prediction & Betting Tips – 12th September 201711th September 2017 / lee
Leeds v Birmingham Championship, 12th September 7.45pm
Here’s a strange one. With Birmingham signing Jota from Brentford, there has been a lot of money flocking in for Birmingham to get promotion from the Championship. That’s strange because they are out of form and just above the drop zone. Leeds are going great guns at the moment and the Blues may not be able to find much comfort out at Elland Road against Leeds who have five clean sheets on the trot. Leeds are 8/13 to take the win, with the draw at 3/1 and Birmingham at 4/1.
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Leeds v Birmingham Betting Tips
You can’t say enough good things about Leeds at the moment really with an impressive start under their belt. They have gone W4 D2 for the season but that doesn’t tell the whole tale. They have collected five clean sheets on the bounce and have just started to up their scoring output as well. They have won their last three games on the bounce, scoring seven unanswered goals and will be expected to take down the struggling Blues at Elland Road. Leeds to win to nil at Coral fetches a fantastic price of 7/4 which looks bags of value considering the form that Leeds are in. Up in the anytime goalscorer market, Pierre-Michel Lasogga, who scored a brace on the weekend in a 5-0 drubbing of Burton is even money favourite to net. Leeds have gone W1 D2 at home so far this season in the league with no goals conceded.
So will Birmingham be able to break them? In the Coral correct score market, you have a price of 11/2 on a Leeds 1-0 victory being returned. So the Blues are on a three match losing streak with just the one goal in their last four games. Overall they have scored in just two of their six Championship matches this term. They have really put their stock in the signing of Jota to lift them up the table. He is a 3/1 anytime goalscorer option for this one. Birmingham have just the three league goals to their name this season and both teams not to score at Coral is a price of 5/6. Away from home during the campaign, Birmingham have lost all three of their road games, scoring just the one goal. Each of their away defeats have been by a single goal margin and Leeds to win by a 1 goal margin at Coral is a pretty decent looking 5/2 price.
Who will win – Leeds v Birmingham Predictions
Leeds to win: How can you not back the home side? No, they don’t have the winning form at home against Birmingham, but the Blues have only scored in tow of their games this season and they are taking on a mighty defence. Leeds to win to nil has to be a tempter.
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* All mentioned odds were valid at the time of writing. Betting odds are subject to fluctuations. Please check the current odds with the respective bookmaker!
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