- Elland Road
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- Leeds have lost only one of their last ten Premier League matches.
- Seven of WBA’s last eight games produced over 2.5 goals.
- Over 2.5 goals & BTTS landed in four of WBA’s last five fixtures.
- Leeds’ Premier League games have averaged 3.0 goals per 90 minutes this term.
Leeds finishing in style
Leeds are finishing their first season back in the big time with a real flourish and they can cap a fine Premier League campaign in style at home to relegated West Brom on Sunday.
Marcelo Bielsa’s charges have been conquered just once in their last ten assignments and while other clubs have wilted in the closing exchanges of the season, Leeds seem to be going from strength to strength.
If results go their way on the final day, Leeds could finish as high as eighth spot, which would be a fitting reward for what has been a hugely impressive top-flight comeback.
Baggies to bow out
West Brom will officially exit the Premier League after Sunday’s trip to Elland Road, though they will have to navigate the Championship without the leadership of Sam Allardyce next season.
Big Sam announced this week that he won’t be staying at the Hawthorns to help the Baggies out of the second-tier and Albion’s clash with Leeds this weekend will be his final game at the helm.
Expect goals at Elland Road
Leeds United supporters will get to experience Premier League football for the first time this season when they return to Elland Road on Sunday and we expect the hosts to put on a show for their fans.
WBA – who hold the division’s worst defensive record – are just about the ideal opponents to face for a team hoping to entertain. Seven of the Baggies’ last eight matches produced over 2.5 goals, while four of their last five contests saw over 2.5 goals and both teams to score land.
The same market appeals for Sunday in what could develop into an end-to-end skirmish, while our 3-1 correct score prediction tips Leeds to extend their purple patch at Albion’s expense.
Leeds United injuries and team news
Marcelo Bielsa has confirmed that Kiko Casilla will keep his place in goal the last game of the season, while Gaetano Berardi could make his first start of the campaign too.
Robin Koch and Mateusz Klich have been given the rest of the season off to prepare for Euro 2020, while Helder Costa and Adam Forshaw remain sidelined.
West Bromwich Albion injuries and team news
Branislav Ivanovic and Robert Snodgrass are WBA’s only injury worries ahead of the final day of the season.
- 22 Jun