Saturday’s only 3pm kickoff is at Elland Road this weekend as last year’s Championship winners Leeds United face playoff champions Fulham.
Both sides were defeated in their opening matches by Liverpool and Arsenal, respectively, but it was Leeds’ brave attacking display that caught the eye of many, scoring three goals from all of their three shots on target in the match. Fulham, on the other hand, rarely threatened Arsenal’s rearguard at Craven Cottage, drawing a blank throughout and losing 3-0.
Five of the previous eight games between these two newly promoted clubs have seen BTTS but under 3.5 goals on each occasion, including four consecutive 1-1 draws between 2015 and 2017, infact, there has not been over 3.5 goals in the last 11 matches between them, stretching back to Leeds’ last Premier League home game against Fulham in December 2003.
We’re backing BTTS with under 3.5 goals here, available at odds of 5/2 - click here to have this in your bet slip.