Leeds United vs Wolves: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Wolves will look to win back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since June when they travel to high-flying Leeds United on Monday.
Leeds vs Wolves: Predictions
Although they were touted as one of the favourites to break the Premier League’s so-called ‘Big Six’ this season, it’s been a tough start to 2020/21 for Wolves, who have taken just six points from four games so far.
However, Nuno Espirito Santo’s men recovered well from their damaging 4-0 loss to West Ham, beating Fulham 1-0 last time out in an improved defensive display.
And they’ll need to call upon that once again when they travel to Leeds. Marcelo Bielsa’s men have taken seven points from four games so far since returning to the top-flight, remaining unbeaten since their opening-weekend loss at Anfield and going toe-to-toe with Man City in a brilliant 1-1 draw last time out.
As a result, the Yorkshiremen are joint-sixth in the table, just two points adrift of second-placed Aston Villa and full of confidence.
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Leeds vs Wolves: Match Stats
Leeds have lost their last three league games against Wolves but given their current form, and taking into consideration the fact they haven’t met since March 2018, that could count for little here.
Espirito Santo’s men are enduring a run of three defeats in five league games on the road, while curiously, Wolves have won just two of the nine Premier League games they’ve played on a Monday.
Patrick Bamford has been in excellent form for the Whites so far this season as he bids to prove he can, indeed, cut it in the top-flight, he’ll be licking his lips at the prospect of facing one of his favourite opponents.
07 March 2018: Leeds United 0-3 Wolves (Championship
22 November 2017: Wolves 4-1 Leeds United (Championship)
17 April 2017: Leeds United 0-1 Wolves (Championship)
22 October 2016: Wolves 0-1 Leeds United (Championship)
19 April 2016: Leeds United 2-1 Wolves (Championship)
After suffering three consecutive defeats to Leeds between December 2015 and October 2016, Wolves are now on a run of three consecutive victories against the Elland Road outfit scoring eight goals along the way.