Tommy Leigh (97′) was the lone Accrington Stanley scorer. After extra time, Accrington Stanley prevailed.
Over their last six games, Accrington Stanley, led by John Coleman, have been rewarded for their goal-scoring attempts seven times. They have given up 10 goals in those games, which is the other end of the spectrum.
Prior to this, Leeds United and Brentford drew 0-0 in a Premier League match.
In that game, Leeds United had 59% of the possession and 10 shots, none of which were on goal. On the other hand, Brentford had six shots, but none of them found the back of the net.
Leeds United, led by Jesse Marsch, has reason to celebrate after scoring 10 goals in their last six games. They have given up a total of eight goals in those same encounters.
Accrington vs Leeds – Betting Analysis
John Coleman, the manager of Accrington Stanley, only has one player who isn’t in top shape. This means that almost everyone can be taken into account. Joe Pritchard is no longer eligible due to an Achilles tendon tear.
The majority of the team is healthy, so Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch only has to deal with one physical concern. Stuart Dallas won’t be performing here because of a fractured femur.
In comparison, Accrington Stanley may have trouble finding the net, but they do appear to be able to score in this situation.
In this game, Leeds United is expected to have a good number of chances and successful shots on goal.
What are the top odds for this match?
Looking at the betting prices for the match in the full-time result market, a win for Accrington Stanley is best priced at 7.5, a wager on a drawn result is 5.25 & putting your money on a win for Leeds United gets you 1.38. Those are the best prices offered at the moment.
Accrington vs Leeds – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw