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Leeds United VS Sheffield United, hosts play well

ENG LCHLeeds United VS Sheffield United, hosts play well

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Posted Sat, 16 Mar 2019 09:17:59 GMT        

Match Time:3/16/2019 20:30 Saturday(GMT+8)

England Championship---Leeds United VS Sheffield United

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Leeds United: Simple win at Reading ( Recent Form: W L W W W )

Leeds United booked a large 0-3 win during a visit to Reading in the midweek. Leeds United took the opportunity very effectively on Tuesday evening. The 0-1 from former PEC Zwolle player Mateusz Klich was a picture. A good pass from Ayling ended up after a magnificent transfer from Bamford to the Pole, which made a flawless shot. Then Pablo Hernandez showed that he can be important to Leeds. After again good preparatory work by again Ayling, Spaniard Hernandez hit the post. Just before half-time, the winger again showed his class when he scored the 0-3 with a magnificent shot from a distance. The second half was then a formality. Leeds United spared the leg for the duel with Sheffield United and Reading was incapable of creating danger. Marcelo Bielsa looked ahead to the game against Sheffield United on Thursday afternoon: 'The derby against Sheffield United is very important. All the victories that you can book are important at this stage of the season. Sheffield United is a hard-working team and the character of manager Chris Wilder can be seen in the team. Earlier this season, when we faced Sheffield United on December 1, we won 0-1 with a difficult goal by a late goal from Pablo Hernandez. I expect my players to be there tomorrow during this big game. I love the emotion that is released during the derby. We will go all out for it. "

 

Sheffield United: Difficult victory at Brentford ( Recent Form: W W D W W )

Sheffield United recorded a difficult 2-0 win at Brentford on Tuesday-evening. Sheffield United started the game strongly and took the lead through a utilized penalty by Oliver Norwood. This was followed by a difficult phase in which striker Gary Madine was sent off with red. With ten men, Sheffield United held up thanks to an outstanding goalkeeper Dean Henderson. The defenders Egan and O´Connell got a headache in the second half from all the balls that had to be headed away. Against the ratio, substitute David McGoldrick made it 2-0 but it was far from convincing what the team of Chris Wilder showed. Sheffield United, on the other hand, is working on an excellent series that should ultimately lead to promotion to the Premier League. Since January 19, no duel has been lost. On this day, Swansea City in Wales was 1-0 too strong. Hereafter, twenty-one points were won from nine games. What is striking about this series is that seven times the zero was kept. Only against stronger teams on paper such as Aston Villa and Norwich City were goals scored and point loss suffered.

 

THE BETTING VERDICT:

After all, Elland Road is a fortress that is hard to beat by any club. Most likely in the 38 Championship round, Sheffield United will have to cede three points to Leeds, the team always plays very well at home.

 

Leeds United  VS  Sheffield United

Pick: Leeds United -0.5

Leeds United VS Sheffield United, hosts play well

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