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Sheffield Wednesday not long ago, were the main challengers to Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion ambitions.
And However, the Owls have slipped down to eighth following a three-game losing streak in the Championship.
Now their playoff ambitions are under threat ahead of this clash with Leeds on Saturday.
That’s something which won’t please Marcelo Bielsa, even if they head into this game in top spot in the table.
The hosts may be going through a tough run of form in the league, but they’ve got a great season to look back on so far.
Leeds always looked like the strongest team in the division this season, while they’ve proven themselves with some strong displays up to this point.
The hosts, Leeds United have lost just one of their last 15 matches in the Championship with that run set to continue here.
Leeds have won seven and lost once at home this term, giving them one of the best records across the division.
They are the side with the second-best defensive record in the Championship with their aggressive pressing style making them a tough team
The Owls are coming into this clash fourth in the defensive charts, so we don’t expect this clash to be all that open.
The Owls are likely to put up a fight at the back, having conceded a goal per game so far this term.
They are likely to find it tough going up against this Leeds’ defence, with the hosts the masters of low scoring games at home so far.
Meanwhile, the same has landed in over half of Wednesday’s league games.
These two sides have seen fewer than three goals in five of their last six meetings at this ground, so we are backing the same again here.
We expect a narrow home win here, with Leeds are unbeaten in three league games against Sheffield Wednesday since losing 2-1 at Elland Road in 2018.
However, Sheffield Wednesday head to Elland Road hoping to turn around their form, while the hosts have claimed just one win in six in all competitions.