Leeds vs Charlton Preview, Betting Tips and Odds

Leeds vs Charlton Preview, Betting Tips and Odds

Leeds vs Charlton predictions for Wednesday’s match in the Championship.

The Addicks have enjoyed success over Leeds in recent seasons
Newly crowned champions Leeds claimed a 3-1 win at Derby last time out and moved onto 90pts for the season, while Charlton came from 2-1 down to rescue a point at home to Wigan but remain in the thick of the relegation battle heading into the final game of the season. However, Charlton beat Leeds 1-0 when the pair locked horns for their reverse league fixture back in September and have a decent record against the future Premier League club over the last few years.

Charlton have more motivation for the points than Leeds
Our prediction for a double chance bet on Charlton is based on the recent head to head record between the two clubs and how much the two clubs need a result on Wednesday night. Charlton are unbeaten in their last six matches against Leeds United, picking up four wins and two draws, and won their last trip to Elland Road 2-1 back in 2016.

The only result that will guarantee Charlton remain in the Championship for another season is a win on Wednesday and with Leeds having tied up the title already, all of the motivation for the 3pts is in the visitors’ camp. Charlton have secured two wins and a draw from their last three trips to Elland Road so know how to get a result at this ground. Leeds have only lost three times at home which is why we have backed a double chance bet rather than predicting an outright win for the visitors, and a draw could be enough to save Charlton from the clutches of relegation.

We’re expecting a party-like atmosphere at Elland Road
As for a final scoreline, we’re predicting a narrow 1-0 win for Charlton as each of the visitors’ last four wins against Leeds United have been via a narrow 1-goal margin, two of which have also ended 1-0. 73% of Leeds’ home games this season have produced under 2.5 goals and we’re backing another low-scoring affair on Wednesday. Leeds don’t concede many goals at home, averaging 0.64 per match, and Charlton only score an average of 1.00 goals on their tables, which is the main reason behind our prediction for a 1-0 final scoreline on Wednesday.
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