Patrick Vieira’s side are unbeaten in their last three on the road, including a hugely impressive 2-0 win over reigning champions Manchester City.
The Eagles will move into the top half of the table with victory as they look to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat by Aston Villa.
The 2-1 reverse at Selhurst Park ended their run of seven matches without a loss.
However, Palace have lost on each of their last five Premier League visits to Elland Road, where Leeds are looking to move away from the relegation zone.
Solid on their return to the top flight last year, Marcelo Bielsa’s side are still yet to settle into their rhythm this term.
Leeds arrive in this contest with just one win in seven, although they have been victorious in each of their last four Premier League games played on a Tuesday.
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Leeds United vs Crystal Palace: Match Stats
Christian Benteke has scored three times in as many away games for Palace.
The striker has netted 12 times in the Premier League on a Tuesday; a tally only bettered by Alan Shearer (15) and Wayne Rooney (13).
Leeds’ lack of firepower so far this season is demonstrated by the fact they are one of only four teams yet to score more than one goal in a single game.
Leeds United vs Crystal Palace: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Leeds United 0-1 Crystal Palace
February 8, 2021: Leeds United 2-0 Crystal Palace – Premier League
November 7, 2020: Crystal Palace 4-1 Leeds United – Premier League
March 9, 2013: Crystal Palace 2-2 Leeds United – Championship
November 24, 2012: Leeds United 2-1 Crystal Palace – Championship
January 14, 2012: Crystal Palace 1-1 Leeds United – Championship
You must go back to March 2006 for the last time that Palace tasted victory at Elland Road, and August 1997 for their most recent triumph there in the Premier League.