Leeds United will be looking to take another big step towards Premier League football when they go up against play-off contenders Swansea City.
With four games to go, United still need more points to secure their return to the top flight however, that certainly won’t be made easy by a Swansea side who are chasing promotion themselves.
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Who will win the game?
Leeds are the favourites to claim all three points in this fixture however, things may not be as easy as they first seem. Marcelo Bielsa’s men don’t have a brilliant record away at the Liberty stadium having picked up just one point from their last three visits. What’s more, Swansea are in decent form having won two successive games.
Which team will get the first goal?
Leeds have scored the second highest amount of goals this season with 68 to their name. Patrick Bamford has been responsible for 16 of them and he’s currently the club’s top goal scorer. The league leaders have scored in ten of their last eleven league games and it’s hard to bet against them getting the opener against Swansea.
Which will be the highest scoring half?
In recent weeks both teams have tended to score slightly more goals in the second half of games. For instance, four of United’s five goals against Stoke came after the break. Meanwhile, all the goals in Swansea’s 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday also came in the second half.
How many goals will Patrick Bamford score?
The Leeds forward will be looking to score for a third game running when he lines up against the Swans. The player has already netted 16 times this season but will be looking to boost those numbers before the end of the season. Bamford is in good form and he is certainly capable of scoring this Sunday.
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