10th placed Leeds welcomes 8th placed Aston Villa to Elland Road tomorrow Saturday for the late clash by 6:30pm.
Marcos Bielsa’s Leeds would be hoping to emerge victorious in the night, to get them closer to Aston Villa.
The both teams have been quite inconsistent, recently, with the both teams only managing to get two wins in their past five games in all competitions.
But Leeds would be confident having won the reverse fixture, and they would be looking to complete their first league double over Aston Villa since the 1975-76 campaign, following their 3-0 win at Villa Park earlier this season.
Leeds have lost five of their eight Premier League games played on Saturdays this season (W2 D1), while Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last six Saturday league games (W5 D1), keeping a clean sheet each time.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa have won just two of their last 17 away league games against Leeds (D9 L6), with those victories coming in January and December 2000.
Also, All three of Aston Villa’s Premier League games against promoted sides this season have finished 3-0, with the Villans beating Fulham and West Brom and losing to Leeds.
Aston Villa are looking to win away against all three promoted teams in a single Premier League season for the first time.
It will be difficult to predict a winner of the tie, but the easier one would be predicting on goals. Over 2.5 goals is a sure bet.
CcnWorldTech Betting Prediction: Over 2.5 goals