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BRE vs LU Dream11 Match Prediction

BRE vs LU Dream11: What's with Leeds United and annual halt? Leeds were 11 points clear of second-place as recently as December, and just when you think that the team may be ready to exorcise the ghosts of past catastrophic failures, they are back to familiar shores, stumbling, and floundering to even hold onto their playoff spots.

Just look at their current position, level on points with third-placed Fulham heading into this game. It's worth mentioning that only top-two are guaranteed to qualify for the Premier League, with the rest of the four teams comprising the top-six negotiating the dreaded and heart-wrenching playoffs.

Having said that considering Leeds' current form, that reads four defeats in the last five games, qualifying for the playoffs could be seen as a good season.

As for Brentford, they are heading in the right direction, and of course, punching above their weight. They have won four times in the last five league games, a run that has propelled them into top-five and into serious playoffs discussion.


Match details:

Host: Brentford
Visitors: Leeds United
Competition: Championship
Match Venue: Griffin Park
Capacity: 12,763
Match Timing: Tuesday night, February 12, @01:15 AM


Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:

Brentford to win: 2.40 (7/5), Probability to happen: 41.67%
Leeds United to win: 3.03 (203/100), Probability to happen: 33.00%
Draw: 3.40 (12/5), Probability to happen: 29.41%


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Brentford vs Leeds United Team News:

Brentford Team News:

  • Brentford are sweating over the fitness of their star centre-back Pontus Jansson, who is lacking match fitness after being out of action for over a month with a hip injury. The 28-year-old has been a key figure at the back for the Bees this season, and his absence will be felt if he misses this game.
  • Other than Jansson, Brentford boss Thomas Frank has no other injury issues ahead of this huge game against Leeds.

Brentford key players:

Ollie Watkins: He has been on fire whole season, and is the main source for goals for the Bees. He has racked up an incredible 20 Championship goals so far.
Bryan Mbeune: Brentford's second-best offensive player this season with 12 league goals. He has five assists as well. He should be on your team.
Saïd Benrahma: How good he has been this season is clear from the fact that Premier League team Newcastle United want to add him on their roster. He has scored 8 times and set-up five more for the teammates.


Leeds United team news:

  • Leeds will miss Tyler Roberts due to a calf problem, and Adam Forshaw also misses on the trip to West London with the injury.
  • But Marcelo Bielsa may have Gaetano Berardi and Barry Douglas back after the duo returned to training this week.
  • Bielsa also confirmed that midfielder Kevin Phillips, back from a three-game ban, will go straight into the playing 11.
  • In addition, January loan-signing Jean-Kevin Augustin could be involved after making his debut off the bench at the weekend.

Leeds United key players:

Patrick Bamford: Bielsa's favourite player. But goals have dried up for him in recent weeks. That said, he is one of the best players on Leeds' roster.
Jack Harrison: A good option. He never shies away from having a pop at the goal. He has goals in him, while his creative side is perhaps his best trait.


Brentford vs Leeds United predicted playing 11:

Brentford: Martin (GK), Dalsgaard, Jeanvier, Pinnock, Henry, Jensen, Norgaard, Dasilva, Mbeumo, Watkins, Benrahma
Leeds United: Casilla (GK), Ayling, White, Cooper, Berardi, Phillips, Hernandez, Klich, Harrison, Alioski, Augustin


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