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Ipswich vs. Leeds Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Overview

      • (7') J. Rodon (OG)
      • (52') N. Broadhead
      • (97') C. Chaplin
      Football
      • (10') G. Rutter
      • (14') W. Gnonto
      • (19') J. Piroe
      • (75') L. Sinisterra
      • (50') Sam Morsy
      • (56') M. Luongo
      • (87') L. Woolfenden
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      • (52') J. Shackleton
      • (59') I. Meslier
      • (71') L. Ayling
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          Ipswich vs. Leeds Betting Tip

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          Scored Draw @ 7/2
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          Match Result

          Middlesbrough

          Leeds United


          40%

          Mid

          50%

          draw

          20%

          Lee

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Middlesbrough

          Leeds United


          60%

          Mid

          60%

          combined

          60%

          Lee

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Middlesbrough

          Leeds United


          20%

          Mid

          40%

          combined

          60%

          Lee

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Ipswich vs. Leeds Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Ipswich Town are looking to continue their excellent start to life back in the Championship as they face a Leeds United side that have had very contrasting fortunes in the early weeks of this campaign.

          Ipswich Town currently sit top of the EFL Championship with three wins from their first three games this season.

          The Tractor Boys kicked off their campaign with a 2-1 win away at Sunderland before downing Stoke City by two goals to nil.

          With two wins already under their belt Ipswich then capped off their brilliant start to the season with a 1-0 win away at Queens Park Rangers last weekend to put them top of the league table.

          Many fancied Ipswich as dark horses coming into this season but few expected them to hit the ground running in the manner they have done in the early portion of this campaign and while there's still a tonne of football to be played the signs are extremely promising.

          The win away at QPR was a hard-fought one for The Tractor Boys with Conor Chaplin sealing all three points with just fifteen minutes remaining at Loftus Road.

          Despite the late nature of the win Ipswich will have felt very good value for the three points and they'll be coming into this game with the wind in their sails.

          Kieran McKenna is regarded as one of the best young managers in England and if he can help his side maintain this level then there's every chance that they could make this one of the most memorable seasons in their recent history.

          While under different circumstances Leeds would look a hard game on paper this is one Ipswich will really, really fancy themselves to win given Leeds' current troubles.

          Leeds United currently sit 19th in the EFL Championship with two draws and one loss from their first three games this season.

          The White's campaign began with a 2-2 draw at home to Cardiff City followed by a 1-0 defeat away at Birmingham City before last weekend's 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.

          It's been an wholly disappointing start to the season for a Leeds side whose off-field issues have been well publicised with star forward Wilfried Gnonto refusing to appear for the club on two separate occasions amidst a demand for a transfer away from the club while winger Luis Sinisterra, another key member of the forward line, has also expressed a clear desire to offer his services elsewhere.

          All of this comes on top of Leeds losing other first-team players well below market value owing to contract clauses inserted by a previously incompetent backroom team which has made this summer's window one of the worst in recent memory for the club - at this point, at least.

          New manager Daniel Farke is working under extremely difficult conditions but his side, despite being heavily depleted in terms of senior players, delivered an encouraging performance in the draw against West Brom last weekend in what was a game they'll feel they should have won.

          The performance against The Baggies was much improved and if not for a couple of questionable refereeing decisions Farke's men likely would've won, so while they're coming into this game as underdogs they could fare better than what most will be anticipating.

          For our Ipswich vs. Leeds prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Ipswich Team News

          Right-back Harry Clarke could return to the starting lineup after returning to full fitness while Christian Walton is set to miss out between the sticks.

          Clarke's introduction aside, McKenna will likely stick with the same XI that started the win over QPR last time out.

          Leeds Team News

          Leeds will finally welcome back Wilfriend Gnonto and Luis Sinisterra back to the match day squad after the pair have been involved in off-field disputes with the club.

          Their reintroduction is a timely one but whether they will come straight back into the starting lineup remains to be seen, but from the two Gnonto seems more likely to be tasked with working his way back into the XI.

          Crysencio Summerville continues to miss out with a muscle problem while Patrick Bamford, Liam Cooper, Junior Firpo and Stuart Dallas will all be absent with injury.

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