Leeds vs Millwall Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 17/03/2024

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Leeds vs Millwall prediction
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Leeds are set to take on Millwall in the Championship on Sunday, 17 February in a game of huge importance at both ends of the table. Leeds currently sit in second place while Millwall are still involved in the relegation battle despite an upturn in results in recent weeks. With the stakes high, this isn't a match you are going to want to miss. Ahead of kick-off, check out our Leeds vs Millwall prediction below.

Leeds vs Millwall prediction: Two in-form sides to face off

Leeds vs Millwall predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

👑 Leeds to win (-1 handicap)

 

⚽ Correct score prediction

Leeds 3-0 Millwall

💥 Both teams to score

 

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Key stats

  • Leeds have won 11 of their last 12 Championship matches.
  • Millwall are unbeaten in their last four Championship matches (three wins and one draw).
  • Leeds are unbeaten at Elland Road this season with 14 wins and four draws in 18 league games.

Pre-game odds and win probability: A home win is expected

  • HOME: 4/11 (1.36) – 73.3%
  • DRAW: 19/5 (4.80) – 20.8%
  • AWAY: 13/2 (7.50) – 13.3%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

The Leeds vs Millwall odds reflect the Whites' status as one of the best teams in the Championship. Their form has been good all season but since the turn of the year, no side has picked up more points in the division than Leeds. Despite their impressive unbeaten streak, they are still only one point clear of Ipswich in third place so every point is vital.

Millwall, meanwhile, are also in good form. This time last month, they were in deep trouble but the re-appointment of Neil Harris has resulted in the Lions embarking on a four-match unbeaten run on the back of a nine-match winless streak. This squad of players are clearly a fragile bunch and they could buckle under the Elland Road ferocity.

Aside from the aforementioned free betting tips, there are plenty of other markets to consider for Leeds vs Millwall. Over 2.5 goals is priced at 7/10 (1.70) while Patrick Bamford to score anytime is 13/10 (2.30). More goalscorer and assist tips for this weekend's action can be found in our betting insights section.

Last five H2Hs: A match that often spills over

Leeds and Millwall are often involved in frantic and highly-charged matches due to the passion of both sets of supporters. On the pitch, Leeds have had the better of Millwall over their past five meetings with the Yorkshire outfit recording three wins in the last four H2Hs.

England Championship 17/09/23

Millwall

Millwall

0
Leeds

Leeds

3

England Championship 28/01/20

Leeds

Leeds

3
Millwall

Millwall

2

England Championship 05/10/19

Millwall

Millwall

2
Leeds

Leeds

1

England Championship 30/03/19

Leeds

Leeds

3
Millwall

Millwall

2

England Championship 15/09/18

Millwall

Millwall

1
Leeds

Leeds

1

Leeds preview: Can they keep what they have?

Leeds have had a nice break since their last match and with no new injury concerns, Daniel Farke is expected to stick with the same starting 11. Daniel James is perhaps the only player who could wrestle his way into the team.

Predicted lineup: Meslier (GK), Gray, Ampadu, Rodon, Firpo, Gruev, Kamara, Gnonto, Rutter, Summerville, Bamford

England Championship 26/05/24

L

Southampton

Southampton

1

Leeds

Leeds

0

England Championship 16/05/24

W

Norwich

Norwich

0

Leeds

Leeds

4

England Championship 12/05/24

D

Norwich

Norwich

0

Leeds

Leeds

0

England Championship 04/05/24

L

Southampton

Southampton

2

Leeds

Leeds

1

England Championship 26/04/24

L

QPR

QPR

4

Leeds

Leeds

0

Millwall preview: Climbing the table

Like his opposite number, Neil Harris has very little reason to change his starting 11 after a string of impressive results. Millwall remain without  Shaun Hutchinson, Tom Bradshaw and Kevin Nisbet for the trip to Elland Road.

Predicted lineup: Sarkic (GK), Leonard, Tanganga, Cooper, Bryan, Honeyman, Saville, Mitchell, Watmore, Flemming, Obafemi

Club Friendly List 13/07/24

D

Gillingham

Gillingham

0

Millwall

Millwall

0

England Championship 04/05/24

W

Swansea

Swansea

0

Millwall

Millwall

1

England Championship 27/04/24

W

Plymouth

Plymouth

0

Millwall

Millwall

1

England Championship 20/04/24

W

Sunderland

Sunderland

0

Millwall

Millwall

1

England Championship 13/04/24

W

Cardiff

Cardiff

1

Millwall

Millwall

3

Player to watch: Patrick Bamford

Patrick Bamford
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Leeds striker, Patrick Bamford, was the villain of the piece at the end of last season with many Leeds fans blaming his penalty miss against Newcastle at the end of last season as the reason for the club's relegation. However, he has managed to change his status with the Leeds faithful this season courtesy of scoring some big goals.

Taking Leeds back to the promised land

Bamford started the season as nothing more than an option off the bench under Daniel Farke but over the past couple of months, he has re-established himself as a key player. The 30-year-old has scored four goals in his last five Championship appearances and is red hot right now.


Andy is a freelance Sports Journalist with ten years of experience covering football in the United Kingdom and abroad for various publications including the Manchester Evening News, UtdReport and Football Whispers. Andy also has a keen interest in basketball, cricket, golf and tennis and has covered major sporting events such as the Masters in Augusta.