Leeds v Liverpool betting tips
Leeds United will look to unsettle Liverpool’s charge for a top-four place when the two sides meet at Elland Road on Monday night. Liverpool will look to continue their chase for a top-four finish when they travel to Leeds United on Monday.
Liverpool is out of the Champions League, which was their last hope of making the season successful. Now they have their eyes on the top-four, and with the race being very tight, they need a win in every game from this point on. But unfortunately, they take a trip to Elland Road next, to face Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds. Home team are coming fresh off a win over City last weekend. It’s going to be a contender of the match of the season, this game.
Leeds have both scored and conceded exactly 49 Premier League goals this season if they score and concede in this game. It will be the joint-second fewest games in which a team has both scored and conceded 50 goals in a single Premier League campaign (Tottenham 30 in 2007-08, QPR 32 in 1994-95).
Liverpool have won five of their last six away league games (L1). More than they had in their previous 15 on the road (W4 D6 L5). The Reds have also won each of their last four Premier League games in Yorkshire. Last having a longer winning run in the county in the top-flight between March 1908-October 1909 (5).
Leeds haven’t beaten Liverpool in any competition since April 2001.
While they haven’t won against the Reds at Elland Road since a 4-3 victory in November 2000. That said, they’ve only hosted Liverpool for three Premier League games since then.
- Leeds United have one loss in their last five home league matches.
- Liverpool have five wins in six away league matches.
- Leeds United have three straight wins in the league.
- Liverpool have six wins in their last 17 league matches.