EFL: Leeds vs LTFC





Leeds 19:45 Luton

It can be said that this is the most attractive match in round 40, Leeds need points to protect the top while Luton Town will play with more than 100% strength to raise hopes of fleeing death.







The two teams desperately need all the points they can accumulate on Tuesday when Leeds United welcome Luton Town to Elland Road. Leeds currently have 3 points more than the group chasing their top spot after 39 matches, while Luton is embroiled in a fight against relegation with the remaining 7 matches.

Leeds took another big step towards the title as they returned to the top of the table after a superior performance against Fulham also competing for promotion tickets at the weekend. Goals from Patrick Bamford, Ezgjan Alioski and Jack Harrison helped them to a 3-0 win at home, and the coaches of Marcelo Bielsa created a clear 3-point gap with second-place West Bromwich Albion after they missed. Brentford forefoot. Leeds managed to recover from their bleak 2-0 defeat against Cardiff City in impressive form despite Bielsa himself admitting that his team was lucky in matches at Elland Road. However, 6 wins and 6 clean sheets in their last 7 home games make them extremely confident, and Leeds will aim to win their fifth match at home and they can temporarily take the lead to West Brom to six points with a win before the Baggies face Wednesday's match on Wednesday. the next day. Illan Meslier will continue to secure Leeds' wooden frame in the absence of a suspended Kiko Casilla, while Adam Forshaw is not expected to return before the end of the season. Pablo Hernandez has returned from the bench against Fulham and Barry Douglas also made his first appearance since January in the previous round. while Adam Forshaw is not expected to return before the end of the season. Pablo Hernandez has returned from the bench against Fulham and Barry Douglas also made his first appearance since January in the previous round. while Adam Forshaw is not expected to return before the end of the season. Pablo Hernandez has returned from the bench against Fulham and Barry Douglas also made his first appearance since January in the previous round.

Luton still kept their hopes of survival at the Championship when James Collins' second half goal was enough to eliminate Swansea's play-off hope on Saturday. Despite Luton's impressive victory in South Wales, Nathan Jones's army still occupies a position in the lowest 3 positions with 39 points - although they are only 3 points behind Huddersfield Town and Hull City, both h2ai are unable to win the previous round in a safe area. Luton is one of the two teams in the bottom half of the table, not losing their last 5 matches. However, the weekend win at Liberty Stadium means Luton lost only 1 of the last 4 away matches despite extending a series of 11 games away from home from October to February. Eunan O'Kane will Not present for the remainder of the campaign with a broken leg and Brendan Galloway will not appear.


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