LADBROKES RETURN WITH THIS WEEK'S BETTING PREVIEW

LADBROKES RETURN WITH THIS WEEK\'S BETTING PREVIEW

Kalvin Phillips’ goal in the 11th minute of injury time at Middlesbrough showed that Leeds United really are Marching On Together!

Next up is the visit of Swansea City on Wednesday night. So, will Whites fans be feeling the love ahead of Valentine’s Day?

Ahead of this midweek match-up, your betting partner Ladbrokes have all the odds.

Match Odds

Leeds had to show their grit against a strong Boro side, but should have an easier assignment at home to the Swans.

We make it 7/10 for Marcelo Bielsa’s men to bag a 10th home win of this league campaign.

As for the Leeds -1 handicap over 90 minutes, that’s on offer at 15/8.

Correct score and goals

Each of the last three head-to-heads have seen three or more goals netted. We go 8/11 for another slice of Over 2.5 Goals, while confident home fans can back Leeds to Score 3+ Goals at 11/5.

Bielsa’s boys have bagged four wins by a 2-1 scoreline so far this term. Fancy another serving of 2-1 to the Whites? That’s a 7/1 shot.

Goalscorer odds

Pablo Hernandez’s late goal earned a share of the spoils at the Liberty Stadium back in August. We make it 21/10 for the silky Spaniard to Score Anytime.

Kemar Roofe also scored in that meeting. He leads the line in the Anytime market at 21/20 here. Meanwhile, he’s 16/5 to grab a fourth brace of the season.

Fancy a longshot? Midfielder Mateusz Klich has broken the deadlock three times this season. He’s 10/1 to stun the Swans by being First Goalscorer again.

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Odds correct at time of writing

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