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Clearly, its obvious that the Championship’s incredible 22nd-place boost worked its magic again at the weekend.
And the Stoke City side bounced back from consecutive losses to nil to beat Barnsley 4-0 on Saturday.
Now every side who has actually started their game in the 22nd place since the restart has definitely immediately won.
However, will that turnaround be incredibly short-lived as the Potters head to Leeds
Given how close they are, Marcelo Bielsa’s men, Leeds United should be in no mood to entertain Stoke’s revival.
Stoke are winless in their last six away games in the Championship (D3 L3), with their last victory on the road coming back in January against West Brom.
They caught the Baggies out in that clash, but they meet a Leeds team who have lost only three times in 20 matches this season.
Meanwhile, Stoke have suffered 12 defeats in their 20 away trips, which has left them with the third-worst away record in the division.
Their record is unlikely to improve in this clash. Stoke have won just two of their last 30 away games against Leeds in all competitions
We don’t expect the hosts to be as lax for a league game here, with their defence giving little away in the Championship so far this season.
Leeds United have conceded just one goal in their last five Championship games at Elland Road (W4 D1) indeed
they have conceded fewer goals in home games than any other side in the competition this season (14).
They’ve won to nil in half of their home games, something they’ll look to continue against a Stoke side who have failed to score in 40% of their away trips.
Most fans are thinking of a home win to nil in our predictions here, given that Leeds have conceded in only two of their home victories
The hosts are bidding to take a step closer to the Championship title and a place in the Premier League with a victory this week.
However, Leeds picked up victory at Blackburn on Saturday to stay top of the table, leaving them in pole position for a top-flight spot with only five matches left