Leeds v Swansea Match Info
Date: Wed 13 February 2019
Venue: Elland Road, Leeds
Leeds v Swansea Head-to-Head
Last Three Results:
21 August 2018- Swansea 2 Leeds 2- League Championship
26 February 2011- Swansea 3 Leeds 0- League Championship
11 September 2010- Leeds 2 Swansea 1- League Championship
Full Head-to-Head Record:
Leeds Wins: 19
Swansea Wins: 11
Leeds v Swansea Stats
- Swans are unbeaten in last two against United
- They have failed to win away at Leeds since 1949
- Oli McBurnie grabbed a brace in the reverse fixture
Leeds v Swansea Match Preview
Leeds needed a late goal from Kalvin Phillips to rescue a point last time out on the road at Middlesbrough. They have started to stutter a little taking seven points from their last seven and they sit second in the table.
At Elland Road, the Yorkshire outfit have lost two of their last three having won the four prior to that. United have kept a clean sheet in just one of their last five league matches at their own place.
Swansea kept alive their play-off hopes with a narrow 1-0 victory over Millwall thanks to a George Byers goal. It was their third victory in six and they sit in 11th place six points behind the team in sixth.
Away from the Liberty Stadium, the Welsh side have been a mixed bag with two wins, one draw and two defeats in their last five. Their last five on the road have combined for a total of 19 goals.
I think Swansea are being overlooked here and are worth taking along with the draw in the double chance market. Hull have already won here recently while the Swans did win at Bramall Lane earlier in the season so have the potential. At the odds on offer I think they are worth backing.
If the visitors do get something from this game then they will need a goal from Oli McBurnie who has seven in his last six in all competitions. This home defence has conceded eight times in the last five at Elland Road.
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