Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Predictions & Betting Odds – 30th November 2019

Routine home win for Leeds

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Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 30th November 15.00pm

High-flying Leeds United take on lowly Middlesbrough in the EFL Championship on Saturday. Marcelo Bielsa’s boys have won each of their last four at Elland Road, and the Whites are the big favourites in this one. Three points will take Leeds to the top before West Bromwich Albion play Preston North End at Deepdale on Monday night. Will United get the win, or can struggling Boro cause an upset?

Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Betting Odds*

Leeds United 3/10
Draw 4/1
Middlesbrough 11/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 29th, 2019 at 16:30 p.m.)
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Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Live Stats & Betting Odds

Leeds United News and Form – Five home wins in a row for Bielsa’s troops?

Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United have made an excellent start to their season, picking up an impressive 37 points from 18 league games. United head into this round of fixtures in second place in the table, two points behind leaders West Brom.

Leeds have only been beaten once at Elland Road this season. Since losing to Swansea City back in August, the Whites have taken 13 points from a possible 15. Bielsa’s side have won their previous four on their own patch, beating West Brom, Birmingham City, Queens Park Rangers and Blackburn Rovers.


Leeds clean sheet

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Leeds have won four on the spin, seeing off Reading at the Madejski Stadium in their last one. It was a tight game in Berkshire, but Jack Harrison’s late goal gave United a priceless 1-0 win. Will the Yorkshire side pick up another precious three points at the weekend?

Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Head to Head

Both games ended in draws last season

Leeds have won just one of their past six Championship meetings with Boro

Middlesbrough have not won at Elland Road since a Marvin Emnes goal gave them a 1-0 victory back in August 2011

Three of the last five Leeds v Boro fixtures have ended in draws


Key-Facts – Leeds United vs Middlesbrough

  • United have won their last four and are unbeaten in seven
  • No side have picked up more Championship wins than Leeds this term
  • Boro have yet to win away from home under Woodgate


Middlesbrough News and Form – Can the Tykes pick up first away win?

It’s been a tough start for Jonathan Woodgate as Middlesbrough boss, as their former captain has guided the club to just three Championship wins so far. However, one of those victories came in midweek, as Boro beat Barnsley 1-0 at the Riverside Stadium in a huge relegation six-pointer.

Middlesbrough languish down in 20th place having taken just 17 points from an available 54. Boro are one of four teams yet to win away from home in the Championship this season. So far, Woodgate’s troops have drawn four and lost four of eight.

Boro will be desperate to avoid defeat and kick on from Wednesday’s crucial victory over the Tykes. However, a trip to Elland Road is a tough as they come in the Championship.

Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Tips & Odds

Leeds United to win to nil at 21/20
Patrick Bamford to score anytime at 10/11
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 29th, 2019 at 16:35 p.m.)

Leeds United vs Middlesbrough Predictions

Leeds United win: The Whites are hunting down West Brom at the top, so Bielsa and his side will be gunning for all three points from Saturday’s clash with Middlesbrough. Boro finished seventh last season, but they have struggled to get going this time around. Despite beating Barnsley in midweek, Middlesbrough are the huge 11/1 underdogs in this one.

Leeds have shipped just four home goals this season, which is the fewest in the league. Also, United have won without conceding on nine occasions across all competitions. I’m backing the home side to win to nil on Saturday, which you can get at 21/20.

Ex-Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford has scored two in his last three after going ten games without a goal. The 26-year-old has been prolific at this level over the years, and Bamford is the 10/11 favourite to score anytime against his former club this weekend.