Leeds shook off some poor form at the end of the regular season to give themselves an advantage going into the second leg of this playoff semi-final. Leeds will head back to Elland Road with a 1-0 advantage in the tie now. Will that be enough for the Whites to hold on and make it through? Will Derby have enough about them to mount a comeback? Read our Leeds v Derby betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 12th, 2019 at 3:28 p.m.)
Leeds have a good advantage behind them now for this playoff tie. They badly needed that positive at Pride Park in the first leg of this semi-final too, as they fell out of form at the end of the regular season. Leeds took just the one point from their final four league games of the season. So they were struggling there and had lost back to back away games as well. Across the course of the regular season, Leeds posted a W14 D4 L5 record for the season at Elland Road. In their last five games of the regular season though they only posted a W2 D1 L2 record, taking one point from their final two games played.
Leeds averaged 1.65 goals per home game in the course of the regular season and had their defensive strengths as well. They conceded at an under a goal per game on average. In total Leeds earned a clean sheet in 39% of their home fixtures. They finished the regular season on a four-match scoring streak of form at Elland Road, and they were level at the halftime break in 12 of their home fixtures. Leeds scored 63% of their home goals in the second period of matches and they opened the scoring in 14 of their games. The Whites closed out the season with the fifth best home record of all teams in the Championship and the third-best defence overall.
The Rams were carrying great form through to the end of the regular season with them, so it was a little surprising that they let the home advantage slip in this tie. The Rams were on a four-match winning streak of form before the loss against Leeds in this first game of this tie. Now, what can they come up with on the road? Derby are unbeaten in their last three away games, drawing two of those. Across the course of the regular season, they came up with seven away wins in a W7 D7 L9 record. They lost three of their five away games against the top five finishers.
Derby averaged 1.26 goals per away game, conceding at an average of 1.5 per road game. They did struggle for their away clean sheets, taking one in just 13% of their road fixtures. Of the seven wins that they did take away from home during the season, five of them were by a one-goal margin. Five of their nine away defeats were by a one-goal margin only. Derby finished the season on a six-match scoring streak, but how costly will that blank at Pride Park be? Derby only managed to open the scoring in one away game. They are going to have their work cut out for them.
The confidence that Leeds will have taken from their first leg success will have been huge. They can afford to be patient now and take the string out of this second leg. Another low scoring game could be on the cards. Leeds to win to nil.
13th May 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
At one stage of the season, it looked as if Derby had blown their chances of reaching the playoffs this season. But the strong finish got them there in the end, the Rams having to hold their nerve. As for Leeds, a poor run of form over their final four matches of the season saw them squander a golden chance at automatic promotion. Can they pick themselves back up to challenge in this play-off semi-final? Read our Derby v Leeds betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 5th, 2019 at 4:56 p.m.)
Between the middle of February and early April, Derby managed to win just two of 10 league games and they didn’t look as if they were going to be partaking in playoff action this season. However, they rallied themselves well with Frank Lampard guiding his troops to 4 wins in their last six league games (D2). So that was a fantastic run of form and there were a couple of tough games in that sequence as well. They managed to earn a 2-0 away win at Bristol city who were still in the mix for a run at the playoffs at the time, and then on the final day of the season Derby made sure of their own playoff fate by beating West Brom at Pride Park.
The home form of Derby over the course of the season was W13 D7 L3. They produced a mixed bag of results from their five games against the teams who finished above them in the table, Derby going W2 D1 L2 from those five games. They averaged 1.7 goals per home game this season and they were impressive at the back, conceding at under a goal per home fixture. In total, Derby claimed a clean sheet in 37% of home games. Of their 13 home successes for the season, nine of them were by a margin of at least two goals. Derby are on a seven match undefeated streak of form home form and they have scored at least two goals in each of their last four home fixtures.
Leeds won 4-1 at Derby earlier this season
Leeds are undefeated in three league games against the Rams (W2 L1)
Derby have won one of their last four at home against Leeds (D1 L2)
Leeds are on a five-match scoring streak against the Rams
Well, it certainly turned all bit sour for Leeds at the end of the season. They managed to claim just the one point in their final four games of the campaign and pretty much summing up their demise, was a 3-2 away defeat at bottom side Ipswich on the final day of the season. So there has to be some concern over them ahead of this tough play-off semi-final. Basically, these had just lost their way with three defeats in their last four away games of the season as well (W1). So this is actually a big tough mental battle for them now. But they can take confidence from their performances in big away games during the course of the regular season. From their five away matches against other top six finishers leave produced a W4 L1 record.
The overall away form of Leeds this season was W11 D4 L8 and they average 1.5 goals per away game. In total, they claimed a clean sheet in 36% of their away games for the season. In 13 of their 23 away games during the regular season, Leeds were sat level at the halftime break in games. Seven of their 11 away wins recorded were by just the one goal margin only. The Whites scored 66% of their away goals in the second period of their away games. To finish the season, Leeds failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their final four games they are really going to need to rediscover their defensive strength ahead of this first leg away test against Derby. Leeds did finish the regular season with the third best defensive record in the second tier.
Give the respective form of these two at the end of the season, Burnley look well primed to earn a good advantage for themselves in the first leg of this semi-final tie. Leeds have just lost confidence in themselves. Derby to win.
7th May 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Derby missed a chance in midweek to lock down the final playoff spot. They could only manage a draw at Swansea, meaning that they can still be caught now on the final weekend by either Middlesbrough or Bristol City. So the Rams have to sweat. This is no easy game for them either against the in-form Albion. Read our Derby v West Brom betting tips for more.
West Brom 14/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on May 3rd, 2019 at 4:54 p.m.)
The Rams claimed a point in a 1-1 draw at Swansea in midweek, which was their game in hand over the others in the playoff race. If they had won that they would be sitting three points clear of Middlesbrough with a massive goal difference advantage over Boro. So they would really have claimed the sixth spot. They didn’t win though and now they need a big shift at home against West Brom. Derby are W12 D7 L3 this season on home soil in the second tier, they have won their last three at Pride Park.
Home and away the Rams have suffered just one defeat in their last eleven league games now, winning five of those games in that sequence. Derby have produced an average of 1.7 goals per home game this season, claiming a clean sheet in 36% of fixtures. Derby has scored at least two goals in each of their last three home games so have that going for them. They have gone without a clean sheet in any of their last five though, home and away. The Rams have been level at the half time break in 10 of their home games this season. A point in this one won’t guarantee them the sixth place, so they have to push for a positive result.
Derby claimed a 4-1 away win at West Brom in October
The Rams are W1 D1 in their two previous CHampionship home games against WBA
West Brom have won one of their last five against the Rams in all competitions
Both teams have scored in each of the last four meetings
The Baggies have locked down a playoff spot and they could finish third if they win and third-placed Leeds lose. West Brom have come into a bit of form with three wins in their last four games played (D1). West Brom have scored at least two goals in four of their last five league games now and out on the road they have taken a W11 D4 L7 record this season. Even though their form has been going well, it’s interesting that each of their last five wins have been against teams who are 12th or lower in the table.
West Brom average 1.5 goals per away game this season and they are winless in three on their travels, winning one of their last five away games. They have actually failed to scored in two of their last three away games now. They played out a 0-0 draw at Reading in their last road fixture. In total West Brom have earned a clean sheet in 27% of away games, but home and away they have managed just one in their last seven fixtures. Of their eleven road victories this season, eight of them have been by a one-goal margin. Five of their seven away losses have been by a one-goal margin.
Huge pressure is on Derby and this is a difficult home game for them on the final day of the season. There has to be nerves going on here. West Brom will be a threat and the Baggies may well have enough about them to deny the Rams that win. Draw.
4th May 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Swansea will be finishing in the top half of the table this season but haven’t done enough to get themselves into the playoff picture. This is a huge game for Derby though who are occupying the sixth place in the table heading into midweek action. A win will leave them with a three-point cushion over the chasing Middlesbrough and with a far superior goal difference over them. Anything less and they could still be caught on the final day. Read our Swansea v Derby betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 29th, 2019 at 6:15 p.m.)
Swansea are carrying some good form at the moment and will it be enough to scupper some important points for the visiting Derby? Swansea have won five of their last seven Championship fixtures, home and away (D1 L1). Their home form is absolutely superb at the moment having won six of their last seven at the Liberty Stadium. Going back further they are currently undefeated in their last 10 Championship home fixtures, winning seven.
So that is not something Derby really want to hear right now. Swansea have scored well at an average of 1.9 goals per home game this season and 64% of all fixtures at the liberty stadium have made it over 2.5 goals. Actually, 45% of Swansea’s home games have made it over 3.5 goals. The Swans have taken a clean sheet in 36% of their home fixtures this season and seven of their 12 home wins have been by a margin of at least two goals.
Looking at their goal scoring at the moment Swansea have scored at least two goals in each of their last six home games. They are however without a clean sheet in their last four. They were at home on the weekend when they played out a 2-2 draw against Hull. Swansea are on a 10 match scoring streak at the moment on home soil and they have been leading at the halftime break in eight of their home fixtures. Swansea have opened the scoring in 14 of their 22 home fixtures and over the last eight rounds of Championship action, there are only two teams in the league who have earned more points in that span of games than what Swansea have done.
Derby took a 2-1 home win over Swansea back at the start of December
That is back-to-back wins in the league at that Derby have taken over Swansea, both 2-1 wins
Swansea are winless in three league games against Derby
The Swans Are unbeaten in their last four home games against Derby, three of those being a draw
Derby got themselves a huge result in a tough away game at Bristol City on the weekend. The Rams took a 2-0 win at Ashton Gate. That it is three wins in their last four league games now, so they have come back into form at the perfect time to make a run at the playoffs. A victory in this one will all but guarantee that they get there, because of their superior goal difference over Middlesbrough. Derby have scored at least two goals in six of their last seven league games, so like Swansea, they are in pretty good shape at the moment.
The Rams have suffered only one defeat in their last 10 league fixtures, home and away. While there are a lot of positives when for them at the moment, their victory at Bristol City on the weekend snapped a eight-match away winless streak that they were on. The overall away form of Derby this season is W7 D6 L9. In the away games during this campaign Derby have averaged 1.3 goals per road fixture. They have conceded at an average of 1.5.
There has been a significant lack of clean sheets from them. Derby have taken a clean sheet in just 14% of their away games. But it is worth noting that they have earned a clean sheet in three of their last four league games, home and away. Of the seven wins that Derby have recorded this season away from pride Park, five of them have been by a one-goal margin. If they only manage to get a draw in this one, or no points at all, they are going to have to fight on the final day of the season
There is certainly enough about the home form of Swansea at the moment to warrant backing them to get something out of this game. Derby need a win to be able to relax somewhat on the final day of the season, but the draw in the match outright in this one looks a pretty good proposition.
29th April 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Pressure. Is. On. What a setup there is for this game. This is a battle for a top six place. Derby start the weekend in that precious sixth spot but are only a point ahead of Bristol City. So this almost has the feel of being a winner takes all match. Whoever does come out on top will have strong control of locking down that final play-off place. Read our Bristol City v Derby betting tips for more.
Bristol City 7/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 26th, 2019 at 6:58 p.m.)
Bristol City suffered a 2-0 reverse at Sheffield Wednesday last weekend. With just one point from their last three league games, their chance of a top-six finish have been hit. They are undefeated in their last four games on home soil with a W2 D2 record. They played out a 1-1 draw against Reading in their last home fixture. Overall this season the Robins have taken a W8 D8 L6 record at Ashton Gate. They have averaged 1.3 goals per home game this season in the Championship.
Just 36% of Bristol City’s home games this season have gone over 2.5 goals, the Robins having taken a clean sheet in 18% of home games. Of their eight home successes this season, six of them have been by a one-goal margin. Bristol City have been level at half time in eleven home games. They have produced 68% of their home goals in the second period of fixtures and they haven’t taken a clean sheet in any of their last seven on home soil. They have the third best defensive record in the league though, can it help them to get a crucial three points in this one?
There was a 1-1 draw between these two at Pride Park in December
Four of the last five meetings have ended in a draw
Bristle City are unbeaten in five against the Rams
The Robins won 4-1 at home over Derby last season
The Rams collected a 2-0 home win over QPR last weekend to move them back up into the play-off places. That is seven points collected from their last three league games now The Rams have only suffered the one defeat in their last nine league outings now so have come back into form just at the right time. However, their upturn in form has largely come about on home soil. The Rams are winless in their last eight games away from home in the Championship. They have not taken a clean sheet in any of their last six.
Derby have actually conceded at least two goals in each of their last four league away games now. Derby have averaged 1.2 goals per away game this season and they have only managed a clean sheet in 10% of their road games, which is pretty poor. Of the six away victories that they have taken this season, five of them have been by a one-goal margin. Just seven times this season have Derby opened the scoring in an away game. Derby have posted a W2 D1 L3 record from their six away games against others currently in the top seven this season. Bristol City are eighth.
It is not difficult to imagine that this is going to be a really tense game given what is at stake. The onus is on the Robins to come out and produce on home soil though. With the away form of Derby not being great at the moment, the home win does have the most appeal.
27th April 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The Rams are sitting just outside of the playoffs and they really need to make a move. They are three points out of sixth place as it stands so have some work to do. They could only manage a draw out at Birmingham though on Friday. QPR suffered a loss on Friday in a home defeat against Blackburn. Read our Derby v QPR betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 19th, 2019 at 8:08 p.m.)
The Rams twice had to come from behind at Birmingham to get themselves a draw. They need more than that to really get into a stronger position in the race for a top six finish though. Derby have only suffered the one defeat in their last eight league games (W3 D4). They have won three of their last five league home games (D2). The Rams have only suffered a defeat in their last twelve home fixtures. So that has been a good record from them. This game, on paper, is the easiest one that they have left during their run in.
Derby have averaged 1.7 goals per home game this season and their defence has been good. The Rams have conceded at under a goal per home game and only 48% of their home fixtures have gone over 2.5 goals. The Rams have earned a clean sheet in 33% of their home games in the Championship this season. Seven of their eleven home victories have been by a two-goal margin or more. Derby have fired off a total of ten goals in their last two home games so they have been a bit more ruthless. They have scored at least two goals in four of their last five, home and away.
The last two meetings have ended in 1-1 draw
Derby are undefeated in five against QPR
Both teams have scored in two of the last nine meetings
Derby have won their last four league home games against QPR to nil
QPR lost 2-1 at home against Blackburn on Friday. That leaves them with only one win in their last nine league fixtures. Away from home, they have had a lot of trouble this season. They have only taken the four wins all term on their travels (D6 L11). They are currently without a win in any of their last nine on the road now and they have lost six of their last eight away from Loftus Road (D2). They may very well be facing a stiff challenge to get anything out of this trip to Pride Park on Monday.
QPR have scored 18 away goals this season which is an average of under a goal per game. Their defence has been very leaky this season having conceded at an average of 1.7 goals per away game. 57% of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals. They have managed to pick up a clean a sheet in 24% of their away games. QPR have been level at the halftime break in 10 of their 21 away games and they have conceded 57% of their away goals in the second period of games. QPR have scored in just one of their last five away games.
Derby have to throw everything at this now and they should get the better of QPR. The R’s just haven’t been there with their away form at all and don’t pose too much of a threat in front of goal. There’s a good chance for Derby to pick up a win to nil in this one.
19th April 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Derby have some pretty unsteady form behind them at the moment, but they have still managed to cling onto a top six place. But that is a bit tenuous and they are going to have to raise their game considerably to stay there. Stoke will turn up being unbeaten in five. Read our Derby v Stoke betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on March 12th, 2019 at 3:35 p.m.)
Derby were held at home in a 1-1 draw by Sheffield Wednesday on the weekend. That leaves the Rams with only the one win in their last six league outings (D2 L3). So they aren’t on song at the moment at all. That result on the weekend leaves them at W9 D6 L3 for the season. Their home form hasn’t been bad with three wins in their last four at Pride Park (L1) and in all of their home wins this season in the Championship, Derby have scored at least two goals. Dery have just one clean sheet in six home games.
Home and away, the Rams have not taken a clean sheet in their last six played. So their defence has been letting them down a bit. In total Derby have taken a clean sheet in 28% of their home games this season, with both teams having scored at 61% of their home fixtures. None of their nine home win this season have been by a margin of more than two goals. The Rams have only been trailing at half time three times at home this term, conceding 61% of their home goals in the second half of fixtures.
Stoke claimed a 2-1 home success over Derby earlier this season
Stoke have won three of the last four meetings in all competition (L1)
Both teams have scored in just one of the last five meetings
Derby have lost their last two at home against Stoke by a 2-0 scoreline
Stoke earned a point away at QPR on the weekend. That was their fourth draw in their last five games (W1). So they are proving hard to beat at the moment. Their away campaign has been a real bust for them this season with just a W2 D11 L5 record having been posted. Their last away victory was record back towards the end of October. They are on a ten-match undefeated streak of form since then on their travels. Each of their last four away games have ended up under 2.5 goals. Each of their last eight games, home and away have gone under the goal line.
Stoke have averaged under a goal per game on their travels this season. The Potters have two clean sheets in their last three away games (both 0-0 scorelines) but they have scored just one goal in their last four away from home. Stoke have taken a clean sheet in a total of one-third of their away games. Four of Stoke’s five away defeats this season have been by a two-goal margin. The Potters have only opened the scoring in five of their 18 road fixtures so far this season. They have the sixth-best defensive record in the second tier currently.
Stoke look to have enough about them to go and claim a point at Pride Park on the weekend. The Rams certainly are nothing too much for them to fear at the moment. The 1-1 correct score looks a solid proposition.
13th March 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Nottingham Forest are on the outskirts of the playoff spots in the Championship and with a big task ahead of them to get into the mix. This is a big game for them and for Derby who are one place above them. The Rams are losing a bit of momentum and they too are playing catch-up with the top six. Read our Nottingham Forest v Derby betting tips for more.
Nottingham Forest 7/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 21st, 2019 at 3:27 p.m.)
Forest have only lost one of their last five League games, but have played out back-to-back draws heading into this one. Their home form has not been all that bad really in the Championship this season. Forest are W8 D4 L4 on home soil. Forest also won three of their last four home games (L1) including their last two. But when you look back at the bigger picture of their current form, they are just W2 D2 L3 home and away combined.
So that inconsistency is where their push for a playoff spot has hindered them. Nottingham Forest have scored 22 goals in 16 home games this season. Less than half of their League home games have ended up over 2.5 goals. They have done pretty well defensively as they have conceded at under a goal per game at home on average in the Championship.
That having been said they don’t have a clean sheet in any of their last six home fixtures. In total there has been a clean sheet for Forest in 31% of their home games. It has not been a bad season from them at all as they are currently 10 points better off than they were at this stage of last season’s campaign. Forest have conceded 80% of their home goals in the second half of games.
There was a 0-0 draw between them earlier this season
The last two meetings have ended in 0-0 draws
Derby are undefeated in six against Forest (W3 D3)
Forest have failed to scored in five of their last six against the Rams
The Rams missed a chance in midweek to get back up into the top six as they suffered a shock home defeat against Millwall. While Derby are still in contention for a promotion push, they have been very inconsistent with their results. They have not won back-to-back League games since early December. In their last nine League games, they are W3 D3 L3 so it has been a bit hit and miss for them.
Overall away this season Derby have a W6 D4 L6 record on the board. The Rams are without a win in any of their last three away games and have won only one of their last five on the road (D2 L2). A big part of the problem has been a lack of clean sheets as they have managed just two all season long away from Pride Park.
Derby have scored 21 and have conceded 21 goals away from home this season. Across their last three away games, Derby have managed put just the one goal on the board had that was at current bottom side Ipswich in a 1-1 draw. But they do have the fifth best defensive record in the second tier heading into the weekend, it is not quite happening for Frank Lampard’s men at the moment.
The home form of Nottingham Forest hasn’t been all that bad, and as Derby are pretty much hit and miss on their travels, it could be a good opportunity to back home win in the match outright.
23rd February 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The two had contrasting fortunes on the weekend in the FA Cup, Derby bowing out while the Lions pushed onto the quarterfinals. It is back to league action on the weekend with both of them in need of the points for very different reasons. Read our Derby v Millwall betting tips for more.
West Brom 11/10
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 17th, 2019 at 6:25 p.m.)
The Rams are just searching for a bit more winning consistency in the league. The last time that they managed to win back to back games was at the start of December. They are W3 D3 L1 in their last seven league fixtures now but are unable to put a winning streak together. Last time out in the league they were held to a 1-1 draw at bottom side Ipswich. Derby are currently on a great undefeated run of six at home in the league, winning their last two there. Overall the Rams are W8 D5 L2 at home this season.
Derby have averaged 1.5 goals per home game this season, taking a clean sheet in a third of their fixtures. They are currently on a four-match scoring streak at Pride Park, having scored exactly two in both of their last two there. This is a game in hand which they have over the current top four. A win in this one moves them up into fifth place, a draw up into sixth. Only three teams in the division currently have a better defensive record than Derby this season. Only four teams have better home records too.
Millwall earned a 2-1 home win over the Rams in August
The Lions have lost just one of their last six against the Rams (W2 D3)
Both teams have scored in two of the last six meetings
Three of the last four meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Millwall do still have some relegation concerns. They will go into this game only the two points above the drop zone. They do have games in hand to cash in with potentially though. But they are still with the distraction of the FA Cup, a win over AFC Wimbledon pushing the Lions through the quarterfinals over the weekend. In the league, Millwall are currently winless in five (D3 L2). Their away form this season leaves a lot to be desired. Just once this season in the Championship have Millwall collected three points from a road game. That lone Championship away win this season was at bottom side Ipswich on January 1st.
Overall Millwall are W1 D4 L10 on their travels. It is worth noting that goals have been drying up for them as they have scored just one goal in their last five league games in total. Millwall have averaged less than a goal per game on their travels, while they have conceded at an average of 1.8 per away game. The Lions have just one away clean sheet this season, conceding in each of their last fourteen on the road. The Lions have scored 11 of their 14 away goals in this season in the second half of matches, but have a half time away record of W2 D5 L8.
Millwall have terrible away form this season, while the Rams have put together a good home campaign. The straight forward option of the home win looks a good proposition.
17th February 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Leeds will return to Championship action on Friday night looking to bust themselves out of a mini-slump. The league leaders have lost back to back games and now their lead over Norwich is down to two points. Derby continues in a tough run of games as they look to try and strengthen their place in the top six. Read our Leeds v Derby betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on January 7th, 2019 at 7:10 p.m.)
Leeds suffered a loss at Nottingham Forest in their last league game
That is back to back league losses they have suffered now
Their home form in the Championship is W8 D3 L2 this season
They were on a four-match home winning streak before losing to Hull in their most recent home fixture
Leeds have lost just one of their last eight league home games
Just 38% of league games at Elland Road this season have gone over 2.5 goals
Leeds have averaged 1.6 goals per home game this season
The Whites have banked a clean sheet in 46% of their home games
Just twice this season have Leeds failed to score in a league home fixtures
Leeds have not been involved in a league draw in their last eleven played
They have been level at halftime in six of their thirteen home games
The Whites have scored 71% of their home goals in the second half of games
Home and away combined Leeds have no clean sheet in four games
Leeds have the best home record of all Championship sides currently
Only Middlesbrough have conceded fewer league goals than Leeds have
There was a big 4-1 win for Leeds out at Derby back in August
Leeds have lost only one of their last four against the Rams (W2 D1)
Derby won their last visit to Elland Road 2-1
Both teams have scored in five of the last seven meetings
The Rams earned a point in a draw against Middlesbrough in their most recent league game
That has left them with only the one league defeat in their last seven played
Derby’s away record for the season stands at W6 D2 L5
So far in their four away games against current top four sides the Rams are W2 D1 L1
Derby won their last away game, a 4-3 win at second-placed Norwich
The Rams have alternated between a wing and a draw in their last five
62% of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals
They have managed get just one clean sheet on the board this term away from home
Derby have averaged 1.5 goals per away game this season
Both teams have scored in 77% of their away games
Derby have scored in each of their last eight Championship away games
The Rams have conceded six goals in total in their last two away fixtures
Home and away combined the Rams haven’t gotten a clean sheet in any of their last four on the road
Leeds have had a good season on home soil and as well as Derby have done in their tough run of games, it is still going to be a difficult trip to Elland Road to get points out of. We are backing the Whites to bounce back at home.
8th January 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting