Leeds v Liverpool Prediction – EPL – 12/09/21

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Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - EPL - 12 SEP 21
Kickoff: 11:30 PM (GMT +8)Stadium: Elland Road

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Leeds v Liverpool Prediction (EPL) – Leeds United will be hosting Liverpool for this upcoming match week 4 in the Premier League. In their previous encounter, the match ended in a 1-1 draw at Elland Road. Will one club come out on top in this one? Let’s take a look and read on for our winning tips below.

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - Head to Head

DateHomeScoreAway
19-Apr-21LEE1-1LIV
12-Sep-20LIV4-3LEE
29-Feb-04LEE2-2LIV

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - Current Form

LeedsDDLWL
LiverpoolDWWWW

Leeds have yet to win a match this season, as they currently have one loss and two draws. Liverpool meanwhile is undefeated, with two wins and a draw. Let’s take a look at their current season performance.

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - Performance

LeedsStatisticLiverpool
15Position5
0Won2
2Drawn1
1Lost0
1.33Avg Goals Scored2
2.67Avg Goals Conceded0.33
0Clean sheets3
1.33Chances Created3

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - Preview

Leeds United FC

Leeds United are at 15th in the Premier League table after three games. They drew their most recent encounter against Burnley (1-1) when they visited Turf Moor. The first half was goalless, as attempts from Leeds’ Patrick Bamford and the Clarets’ Chris Wood went wide. Wood then broke the deadlock on 61 minutes with a touch to Matthew Lowton’s shot for the 60,000th EPL goal. However, the Whites thwarted the hosts’ impending victory as Bamford converted Jamie Shackleton’s cross with four minutes remaining. Manager Marcelo Bielsa was satisfied with the outcome, claiming his side dominated the play. They next host the Reds, who are title favourites this season.

  • Leeds United are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League home matches (W3 D4), their longest sequence without defeat in the competition since a run of 15 in 2001.
  • Patrick Bamford has been involved in five goals in his last seven Premier League appearances (four goals and one assist). The England striker is on 98 goals in total in his English league career (272 matches).

Liverpool FC

Liverpool have landed just outside the top four of the league table after the first few games. After two wins to open the season, they settled for a 1-1 draw with Champions League winners Chelsea at Anfield. The Blues’ Kai Havertz opened the scoring on 22 minutes, but Reece James was then sent off for a hard challenge on Sadio Mane’s close-range shot. Mohamed Salah converted the penalty to level the score, but the Reds failed to capitalise on their one-man advantage. Efforts by Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho and Andrew Robertson were saved by Edouard Mendy. Manager Jurgen Klopp hailed Chelsea’s efforts, saying that the London side deserved the draw. He and his men now hope to redeem themselves as they head to Leeds for their next fixture.

  • Mohamed Salah has scored 99 goals in 161 Premier League appearances. A goal here would make him the fifth-fastest player to reach 100 in the competition after Alan Shearer (124), Harry Kane (141), Sergio Aguero (147) and Thierry Henry (160).
  • Liverpool have lost just one of their last nine away league matches at Leeds (W5 D3), going down 4-3 in November 2000 with Mark Viduka netting all four goals for the Whites.

Leeds - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
RaphinhaPersonalFew days
Mateusz KlichCOVID-19Mid September
Júnior FirpoCOVID-19Mid September
Robin KochGroin injuryMid September

Liverpool - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
AlissonPersonalFew days
FabinhoPersonalFew days
Harvey ElliotMuscle injuryDoubtful
Neco WilliamsKnock injuryDoubtful
Takumi MinaminoKnock injuryDoubtful
Roberto FirminoMuscle injuryMid September
James MilnerKnock injuryMid September

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction - Final Thoughts

With Leeds not having key players such as Raphinha (who will miss this weekend fixtures like all Brazilian internationals) and Mateusz Klich, it is up to Bamford and Kalvin Phillips to lead the Whites against the fiery men of Liverpool. The Reds will also be missing Brazilians Alison and Fabinho in the lineup, however the attacking trio of Salah, Mane and Diogo Jota will prove too much for the hosts.  On that note, let’s take a look at our predictions.

Leeds v Liverpool Prediction

We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:

Liverpool_FC

Liverpool (-0.75)

Odds (1.96)
Over: 3 GoalsOdds: 1.96

Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing

For this Premier League Leeds v Liverpool Prediction to win, Liverpool need to win the match with a two-goal lead. If they draw the match, the bettor would lose all of the stakes. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be above 3 goals.

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