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Clearly, after dismantling Fulham at the weekend, Leeds United areddefinitely looking good for the top League.
And the loss to Cardiff may have worried their supporters, but the manner in which they returned to form put down a marker for the chasing pack.
With a three-point lead over second and a further five clear of third, Leeds are on course to go up as champions.
Most Leeds fans expect Leeds to cruise through this one in this match up between Leeds United and the visitor Luton
While the visitors have put together a good run head into this clash, they are likely to fall short when it comes to stopping Leeds.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side were always likely to blow sides away once they’d clicked again, with their impressive fitness levels making things difficult for their opponents
This clash pits the league’s best defence, Leeds 32 goals conceded, against the worst, Luton 72 goals against.
The hosts, Leeds United of course have been utterly dominant across the campaign.
Leeds have had the most shots and most shots on Target in the Championship this season, while also facing the fewest shots of any side
Having conceded the fewest home goals in the league, Bielsa’s men are brilliantly positioned for the run-in.
Leeds head into this meeting with Luton with their defence playing incredibly well.
Fresh from holding back the league’s top scorer on Saturday, the hosts have won each of their last four home games to nil.
The home team Leeds United have won six of their last seven league games, losing only against Cardiff in this run.
Leeds have won seven of their last eight home league games against Luton. The visitors have a pretty patchy record against Leeds overall.
The visitor side, Luton have actually won just one of their last 11 games against the Leeds United in all competitions
Most football and Leeds fans thinks and expect another home win, while Leeds should add to their 10 home clean sheets this term
Also Marcelo Bielsa won’t let them rest until they’re over the line, so Leeds won’t let up any time soon.
Meanwhile, They are at home once again this week, as they look to secure another win against a Luton side who are stuck in the bottom three.