EFL: Cardiff vs LUFC



Cardiff City 12:00 Leeds United 



 
At home, Cardiff City is in a precarious form to welcome top leader Leeds United, which is flourishing strongly at the latest match in round 38. Will the Wales representative be unbeaten in the 5th match in a row against the opponent with 3 full point at home. Or Leeds will continue the excitement of winning 6 consecutive rounds to build the first place.

Coach Neil Harris has just added a huge injury list before Leeds' visit with midfielders Lee Tomlin and Nathaniel Mendez-Laing ready but Greg Castyham is still recovering from an ACL injury he suffered while was on loan with Blackburn earlier in the season. Cardiff are unbeaten in 9 times in their last 10 home games (Championship). Cardiff are shooting at their feet in the playoffs of the promotion playoffs when they had just interrupted 4 rounds in the previous match by beating the host Barnsley who was in the red group with a score of 2-0 just before the pandemic. They make a serious challenge.

Leeds United continue their journey back to the Premier League this weekend after a 3-month absence, they have not played in the highest division of England since 2004, but they are about to climb up to the remaining 9 matches, the delegation coach Marcelo Bielsa is leading the table with 1 point more than the second place of West Bromwich Albion but creates a gap of up to 7 points with Fulham in 3rd place so the ability to directly upgrade is very large. Jean-Kevin Augustin has a hamstring strain and seems to miss the trip to South Wales, goalkeeper Kiko Casilla still has six games suspended for racial discrimination with Jonathan Leko. Leeds have kept clean sheets in the last 5 matches and also won them all to help them beat West Brom to reclaim the top spot. Already less than 2, 5 goals have been scored in 7 of the last 8 matches in Leeds and they have won both halves and full time in the last 3 matches (Championship). They will have a tough match against Cavalry, because they only won 3 of the 24 matches against the Bluebirds and even in the first leg of this season to draw 3-3 despite leading 3 goals. Then home games with Fulham and Luton Town, then Stoke City, Barnsley and Charlton Athletic visit Elland Road, while trips to Blackburn Rovers, Swansea City and Derby County are also tough.


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