Reading vs Leeds United Predictions & Betting Odds – 26th November 2019

Leeds to return to Yorkshire with three points

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Reading vs Leeds United Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 26th November 20.00pm

Reading and Leeds United go head-to-head at the Madejski Stadium in the EFL Championship on Tuesday evening. Marcelo Bielsa’s boys sit second in the table at the moment, and United head to Berkshire as the 5/6 favourites to leave with a win. However, the Royals have won all three home games under new manager Mark Bowen. This is sure to be an exciting Championship fixture at the Madejski.

Reading vs Leeds United Betting Odds*

Reading 7/2
Draw 5/2
Leeds United 5/6
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 25th, 2019 at 18:00 p.m.)
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Reading vs Leeds United Live Stats & Betting Odds

Reading News and Form – Royals gunning for a fourth home league win on the spin

Having taken ten points from a possible 12, Reading fell to a disappointing loss to Brentford last time out. It was a close game at Griffin Park, but Ollie Watkins’ goal just after the hour mark gave the Bees a 1-0 home win.

Since taking over at the Madejski Stadium, Mark Bowen has guided the club to three wins, one draw and one defeat. Their recent form has taken them up to 18th on 18 points. Reading still have a lot of work to do, but the Berkshire club are definitely heading in the right direction under Bowen.


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Reading have been excellent at home of late, securing successive wins over Preston North End (1-0), Millwall (2-1) and Luton Town (3-0). Can the Royals make it four home wins on the bounce by shocking Leeds at the Madejski on Tuesday night?

Reading vs Leeds United Head to Head

Leeds did the double over Reading last season. After a 1-0 win at Elland Road, United won 3-0 at the Madejski

When they last squared off, a Pablo Hernandez double and a Mat Klich goal was enough for Leeds

Reading have won only two of the last ten league meetings

The Royals’ last victory over United came in October 2017, as Modou Barrow’s late goal was enough for a 1-0 victory


Key-Facts – Reading vs Leeds United

  • The Royals have won each of their last three at home
  • Leeds have the second best away record in the league
  • United will move to the top on Tuesday with a victory


Leeds United News and Form – Whites to make it two away wins in a week?

Leeds United started the season with five away league and cup wins on the spin. However, their results on the road took a turn for the worse, as United failed to win any of four (two draws, two defeats). Leeds returned to winning ways away from home last weekend, though, beating Luton 2-1 at Kenilworth Road.

Bielsa’s troops are hunting down Slaven Bilic’s West Bromwich Albion at the top of the Championship table. Leeds are currently two points behind with 34 points to their name. With the Baggies not playing until Wednesday, three points at the Madejski Stadium will take the Yorkshire club back to the summit of England’s second tier.

Leeds head to Berkshire as the clear favourites. As I mentioned, Reading have been superb at home in recent weeks, but Bielsa and his men will fancy their chances of returning to Elland Road with another three points in the bag.

Reading vs Leeds United Tips & Odds

Leeds United to win to nil at 11/5
Patrick Bamford to score anytime at 6/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 25th, 2019 at 18:05 p.m.)

Reading vs Leeds United Predictions

Reading win: Bowen has really stamped his authority at the Madejski since taking over, with the club picking up ten points from a possible 15. Overall, Reading have won four and lost four of eight on their own patch.

Leeds got back to winning ways away from home for the first time in five last weekend. United have won five, drawn two and lost two, with only leaders West Brom taking more away points up until. I fancy Leeds to secure a comfortable victory at the Madejski on Tuesday, so back the visitors to win to nil at 11/5.

After going a staggering ten Championship games without a goal, Leeds’ Patrick Bamford has now scored two in two. Back Bamford to score anytime in this one at 6/5.