Leeds go up against Tottenham at Elland Road on Sunday in the Premier League.
Both Leeds and Tottenham came through their most recent matches empty-handed and will be eager to avoid getting defeated once again. Who'll draw first blood at Elland Road? We'll find out this coming Sunday.
Leeds are relatively average in the art of goal-scoring these days. They scored a steady 12 goals in their previous ten matches, for an average of 1.2 per game. They simultaneously allowed their opponents 30 goals, or an average of three a game. Furthermore, they fought their way to zero clean sheets in this run.
Tottenham scored an average of 1.7 goals a game in the past ten matches. They scored 17 goals, let in 25 for an average of 2.5 a game, and managed one clean sheet.
It was an enormously entertaining 4-3 match, when these two sides last played each other. A similar feast of goals would go down well this coming Sunday.
Leeds vs Tottenham Prediction
In their last three matches, Leeds lost 2-1 against Manchester City, drew 2-2 with Newcastle, before losing to West Ham by 3-1. In their last six Premier League matches at home, Leeds have one win, while they've drawn three and lost two.
In their last three matches, Tottenham won 1-0 win against Crystal Palace, lost 2-1 against Aston Villa and lost 1-3 against Brentford. Tottenham came through their last six away games in the Premier League without a single win. Of those six matches, they drew two and lost four in which, they were outscored by 17 goals to nine.
Leeds are scoring freely these days, Tottenham are doing just fine in that department as well, and we expect a match with plenty of goalson Sunday.
Tottenham recorded 23 points following seven wins from their last 11 games against teams placed among the bottom six. They scored 31 goals, but also conceded 20. Leeds show off a record of seven wins, ten draws and 20 defeats in the Premier League this season. Tottenham have a record of 17 wins, six draws and 14 defeats in the Premier League.
Leeds vs Tottenham Stats
- In the last 11 matches in a row Leeds played, both teams scored
- Leeds have conceded in the last 13 matches in a row
- In 10 of the last 11 Leeds matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- Leeds have scored in the last 11 matches in a row
- In the last 6 home matches in a row Leeds played, both teams scored
- In 10 of the last 11 matches Tottenham played, both teams scored
- Tottenham have scored in the last 11 matches in a row
- In the last 5 away matches in a row Tottenham played, both teams scored
- In 9 of the last 11 Tottenham matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- Tottenham have not won the last 9 away matches in a row
Leeds vs Tottenham Squads
The 68-year-old Allardyce will select the starting eleven against Tottenham from this squad. The statistics represent goals scored and matches played in the Premier League this season:
Illan Meslier (0/34), Joel Robles (0/3), Kristoffer Klaesson (0/0), Junior Firpo (1/18), Leo Hjelde (0/0), Liam Cooper (1/17), Luke Ayling (2/28), Maximilian Woeber (0/15), Pascal Struijk (2/28), Rasmus Nissen (3/25), Robin Koch (0/35), Adam Forshaw (0/11), Brenden Aaronson (1/35), Crysencio Summerville (4/28), Jack Harrison (4/35), Marc Roca (1/32), Stuart Dallas (0/0), Tyler Adams (0/24), Weston McKennie (0/18), Georginio Rutter (0/10), Lee Erwin (0/0), Luis Sinisterra (5/19), Patrick Bamford (4/28), Rodrigo (13/30), Sam Greenwood (1/18), Wilfried Gnonto (2/23).
Here is the full squad of the away team. The 31 year-old Tottenham manager Mason will select his starting XI from these players:
Alfie Whiteman (0/0), Brandon Austin (0/0), Fraser Forster (0/13), Hugo Lloris (0/25), Ben Davies (2/30), Clement Lenglet (0/25), Cristian Romero (0/27), Davinson Sanchez (0/17), Emerson Royal (2/25), Eric Dier (2/33), Japhet Tanganga (0/4), Pedro Porro (2/14), Arnaut Danjuma (1/9), Dejan Kulusevski (2/29), Ivan Perisic (1/34), Oliver Skipp (1/22), Pape Sarr (0/10), Pierre-Emile Hoejbjerg (4/35), Rodrigo Bentancur (5/18), Ryan Sessegnon (2/17), Yves Bissouma (0/22), Harry Kane (28/37), Heung-Min Son (10/35), Lucas Moura (0/14), Richarlison (1/26).
Leeds vs Tottenham Team News
Leeds might be looking at five missing players for their upcoming assignment against Tottenham. There is no need for Tyler Adams to show up in the Leeds dressing room, as he is suspended.
Adam Forshaw, Patrick Bamford, Luis Sinisterra and Stuart Dallas nurses various injuries and won't take part for Leeds against Tottenham at Elland Road.
Tottenham have three on the list of injured and absent players before their next match against Leeds on Sunday.
Dejan Kulusevski, Richarlison and Rodrigo Bentancur all face a spell on the sidelines for Tottenham due to various injuries.
Leeds vs Tottenham Lineups
Leeds vs Tottenham H2H
A 4-3 win was the follow-up to a 4-0 victory, when Tottenham last faced Leeds, no doubt raising the spirits ahead of their next trip. Tottenham go into the match against Leeds with a 8-1-1 advantage. The bookies have Tottenham to win this match at best price odds of 16/11.
Leeds vs Tottenham Results
In the past ten matches between home side Leeds and Tottenham both teams found the back of the net six times. Best priced odds on both teams to score with the bookies are at 1/2.
Leeds vs Tottenham Betting Tips
Look no further than Rodrigo, when searching for a marksman currently in good shape. He hit the target twice lately for Leeds in the Premier League, while Harry Kane managed five goals in the last half dozen matches for Tottenham in this tournament. No doubt, both are looking to add to their total once again.
While Leeds managed to keep a clean sheet in two of their last 10 games at Elland Road, Tottenham kept a clean sheet in one of their last 10 away games.
Both teams to score was a winning bet six times in the last ten encounters between Leeds and Tottenham, while over 2.5 goals happened eight times. Leeds managed an average of 1.1 goals, with Tottenham averaging 2.3 goals in these. Over 2.5 goals came out nine times in the previous ten matches across all tournaments for Leeds, who scored an average of 1.2 goals along the way. Over 2.5 goals came up in eight of Tottenham's previous ten matches across all tournaments. They managed to score an average of 1.7 goals in these matches.