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Although Leeds are not safe from relegation just yet, they have managed to put further ground between themselves and the bottom three and when you consider their opposition at the weekend, that further ground could be highly important.
That is because Manchester City come to town at the weekend and with Pep Guardiola’s men aiming to keep Liverpool at bay, they know that winning everything between now and the end of the season will keep the Premier League crown at the Etihad.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
With Leeds looking for one more win before securing Premier League survival, their search will likely be fruitless at the weekend, and this is something that I have considered when looking at the latest online odds.
Because although a Manchester City win will offer a decent amount of value, there are always ways to make things a little more interesting and therefore, I think there will be an element of goals attached to this one.
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11 points from the last 15 on offer, that is the tale of the Leeds tape right now. A tale that has seen Leeds not only become a rather formidable team as of late but has also seen them breathe easier towards the bottom of the table.
While such is the run that has been put together by new manager Jesse Marsch, that his installation which previously caused such furore, is one that has seemingly bonded the whole of Leeds together.
That is not to say that the efforts of Marcelo Bielsa will be forgotten, far from it. It is more the fact that the Elland Road outfit have now taken on a form of evolution and one that could not be carried out under their previous manager.
Now Leeds look like they have some real steel about them, and this was evident in their performance on Monday night, as they came back from Crystal Palace with a point for their efforts.
A point that has now extended the gap between themselves and 18th and with 34 in total to their name, you get the feeling that Leeds are just one win away from confirming a third successive stint in the Premier League.
As now Leeds face the prospect of four players being absent for the weekend and this means the quartet of Junior Firpo, Patrick Bamford, Adam Forshaw and Tyler Roberts are all set to be on the sidelines.
After spending 24 hours off the top of the Premier League table, Manchester City reminded everyone that they are the team to beat and with successive wins over both Brighton and Watford, they also ended last weekend at the summit.
A summit that has little in the way of a gap between themselves and Liverpool and with the Merseyside men playing first of the two this weekend, there is every chance that the Etihad outfit could be second before kick-off at Elland Road
While should that be the case, Pep Guardiola’s men are going to have to find the answer once again and if they play anything like the way they did last Saturday, it could be a difficult evening for their opposition.
Because this was an afternoon where their belief in Jesus came to the fore and the Brazilian outfit scoring four of his own against Watford, it was nothing short of a routine win for the defending champions.
However, the defending champions will soon want to be the current champions and with Leeds being in the form that they are in, this could provide a considerable hurdle for City to clear. The question is, can they clear this hurdle without dropping any points?
When it comes to the history of Leeds and Manchester City, it is the Etihad men who have come out on top more often than not and with Pep Guardiola’s group of superstars needing a win on Saturday, they will be aiming for more joy at Elland Road this weekend.
Elland Road opened in 1897 and holds up to 37,792 supporters.
Elland Road may not be the shiniest stadium these days, but it certainly packs in a raucous fanbase and with the travelling City fanbase not known for being shy, the atmosphere should be a good one on Saturday.
While the record attendance at the ground was back in 1967 and with Sunderland acting as the opposition, as many as 57,892 supporters crammed their way onto the terraces that afternoon.
When it comes to the outright odds for Premier League relegation, Leeds are not safe just yet and for those punters who like to extract value from the market, backing the Elland Road outfit to go down may be their last opportunity.