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Leeds to keep marching on

Leeds to keep marching on


Leeds United can continue their charge towards a Premier League return after a 15-year absence by beating Middlesbrough at Elland Road on Friday.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side have been in blistering form in the first month of the season and in Kemar Roofe have a player producing consistently outstanding displays.

Former Swansea City midfielder Pablo Hernandez has been a revelation and has chipped in with three Championship goals already while Poland international Mateusz Klich has also been superb.

Leeds to beat Middlesbrough 1-0 @ 7/1

Boro, in true Tony Pulis style, have kept four clean sheets in a row and they have started the campaign extremely well considering they have sold the likes of Ben Gibson, Adama Traore and Patrick Bamford since the end of last season.

It may take Leeds some time to break the Boro rearguard down but they have the ability to grind out a narrow victory against the Teessiders.

West Brom to draw against Stoke @ 23/10

West Brom have made an inconsistent start to the season and may have to settle for a draw against improving Stoke City at The Hawthorns in a battle between two teams that came down from the Premier League last term.

The Potters finally seem to be coming to terms with life in the second tier and Gary Rowett’s side followed up last weekend’s 2-0 victory against Hull City by beating Premier League side Huddersfield Town in the EFL Cup on Tuesday.

Ipswich to beat Norwich by 1 goal @ 3/1

Ipswich Town have made a dreadful start to the campaign and are 6/4 to be relegated this season. They should be able to raise their game when local rivals Norwich City come to Portman Road though and can clinch their first victory of the season on Sunday.

Daniel Farke’s team did play well in the midweek EFL Cup victory at Cardiff City but have lost three of their first five Championship matches and may slip to a narrow loss in Suffolk.

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