Luton Town vs Leeds United Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd November 2019

Leeds too strong for Luton

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Luton Town vs Leeds United Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 23rd November 15.00pm

Graeme Jones’ Luton Town face a tough test this Saturday as Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United visit Kenilworth Road in the EFL Championship. The Hatters, last season’s EFL League One champions, are starting to find life tough going in the Championship. Meanwhile, United are flying high in the table in third spot, just two points behind leaders West Bromwich Albion. Will Leeds secure a win on the road at the weekend?

Luton Town vs Leeds United Betting Odds*

Luton Town 11/2
Draw 10/3
Leeds United 1/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 21st, 2019 at 17:20 p.m.)
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Luton Town vs Leeds United Live Stats & Betting Odds

Luton Town News and Form – Another home defeat for the Hatters?

Before the final international break of the year, Luton Town were easily beaten at Reading, which was their fourth successive loss. The Hatters have really struggled lately, losing five of their last six.

Overall, Luton have taken just 14 points from 16 games. Jones’ boys, who have already lost ten times, hover just above the relegation zone at present, a point above Middlesbrough.


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Kenilworth Road was a fortress last term as Luton won the League One title against all odds. However, Town have hardly made an impact on home turf this season, winning only twice on their own patch. Meanwhile, they have been beaten seven times at home, which is the most home losses in the league.

Havin taken zero points from the last 12 on offer, a game against Leeds would have been far down on Luton’s wish list. Still, can they cause an upset against one of the Championship’s big boys at the weekend?

Luton Town vs Leeds United Head to Head

This will be the first league meeting between the pair for over a decade

In the 2007-08 League One season, Leeds picked up four points from the two fixtures

Three of the last four league and cup meetings have ended in 1-0 wins for Leeds

Luton have not beaten Leeds since a 5-1 home Championship victory back in October 2006


Key-Facts – Luton Town vs Leeds United

  • The Hatters have already lost seven home league games this term
  • United have won 50% of their away matches
  • Leeds are without an away victory in four (losing two, drawing two)


Leeds United News and Form – Easy victory for Bielsa’s boys?

Leeds United head to Bedfordshire in good form. Since losing 2-1 to Millwall at The Den in early October, the Whites have won three and drawn two of their following five. Before the international break, Leeds won two in a row, seeing off Queens Park Rangers (2-0) and Blackburn Rovers (2-1).

Leeds have one of the best away records in the league, winning four of eight. However, after winning their opening five league and cup away matches, United have failed to win any of their past four, losing two and drawing two.

Leeds will be going for automatic promotion this season. At the time of writing, Bielsa’s troops are the favourites for a top two finish at just 4/11, while they are priced at 6/5 to win the Championship title. Can Leeds pick up their first away victory since mid-September on Saturday?

Luton Town vs Leeds United Tips & Odds

Leeds United to win 3-0 at 10/1
Leeds United to score first at 1/3
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 21st, 2019 at 17:30 p.m.)

Luton Town vs Leeds United Predictions

Leeds United win: Over 13 years have passed since Luton last managed to beat Leeds. Unfortunately for the Hatters, we can see United extending their unbeaten run in this fixture to five with a comfortable victory at Kenilworth Road this Saturday.

Since shocking Bristol City with a 3-0 win, Luton have lost each of their last four, conceding ten goals along the way. Town were thumped 3-0 at Reading in their last outing, and you can get the tasty odds of 10/1 for Leeds to win by that same scoreline this weekend.

The Yorkshire side have picked up an impressive ten league and cup victories this season, scoring the opening goal in every single one of those. Leeds are priced at 1/3 to score first at Kenilworth Road.