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Wolves vs Leeds: Predictions
After enduring a miserable eight-game winless run in league play, Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have now taken seven points from their last three games, with a 0-0 draw against Leicester sandwiched between 2-1 wins over Arsenal and Southampton, although Wolves did exit the FA Cup to the Saints during that time. Those points have lifted Wolves to 12th in the table, just one place and two points behind Friday night’s visitors, who have a game in hand.
Leeds, meanwhile, lost 4-2 against Arsenal last time out but did manage to grab two goals from 4-0 down, while their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace the match prior proved they’re still more than comfortable with life in the top-flight. In fact, a win here would propel Marcelo Bielsa’s side into the top half of the Premier League table, at least for a short while, while also keeping them on the fringes of the race for European football.
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Wolves vs Leeds: Match Stats
Wolves haven’t lost any of their last eight top-flight home games against Leeds (W5 D3) since a 0-2 loss in September 1973.
This fixture has produced a winner in its last nine editions, while Leeds have drawn just two Premier League games all season, last doing so in November.
There has been at least one goal before 29 minutes in each of Leeds’ last 13 Premier League games.
Wolves are looking to win back-to-back league matches for the first time since October, with the second game in that run coming at Elland Road against Leeds.
Marcelo Bielsa lost his first league encounter with Wolves in this season’s reverse fixture (0-1) – the Leeds United boss has only lost his first two league meetings with an English opponent on one previous occasion (vs Birmingham City).
22 November 2017 – Wolves 4-1 Leeds (Championship)
17 April 2017 – Leeds 0-1 Wolves (Championship)
22 October 2016 – Wolves 0-1 Leeds (Championship)
Leeds have a terrible recent record against Wolves, losing each of their last four meetings by a 9-1 aggregate scoreline. The last nine fixtures between these two have produced a winner (6x Wolves, 3x Leeds) with the last draw coming in February 2013.