Leeds and Middlesbrough remain the two favourites in the Championship winner odds following a goalless stalemate at Elland Road last Friday.
The home side came closest to breaking the deadlock when Luke Ayling had a header cleared off the line but Middlesbrough had their moments in a tight contest.
Boss Marcelo Bielsa insists there is plenty of improvement to come from Leeds, who are 7/2 for the title, after watching his side stretch their unbeaten start in the Championship.
He said: “It’s a fair result. It was very hard to build a game.
“In spite of this we had four or five chances on goal, but we also conceded the same amount of chances, from set-pieces mainly.
“In order to evaluate the result, I compare the domination of the game and the actions of ball we had.
“It’s not that we dominated the game but what we did was pretty good. But in terms of conceding chances the result is fair.”
Boro stay at 4/1 as they too are yet to taste defeat and have registered five clean sheets in a row.
Boss Tony Pulis said: “Defensively we were very good. The disappointment is we have got better players in possession than we showed.
“All in all, I’m pleased with the effort and commitment. I thought it was a real good British game of football.”
Blades looking sharp
Sheffield United were cut to 12/1 after a stunning 4-1 victory over Aston Villa at Bramall Lane lifted them into third place.
Goals by Jack O’Connell, Oliver Norwood, Mark Duffy and Billy Sharp saw the Blades claim their fourth consecutive win having lost their first two games.
Manager Chris Wilder, whose side led 3-0 at the break, said: “We wanted a quick start and we managed to get it so I am delighted.
“We have played well. It is one game. We have had a great reaction from the disappointing start in terms of results, not always in terms of the performance.”
Villa drifted to 16/1 having now taken just three points from four games with the fans shell-shocked by their first-half display.
Boss Steve Bruce was equally as surprised, saying: “We didn’t see that coming but if you don’t do the basics well enough then you get punished.”
Brentford were cut to 6/1 after bouncing back from their loss at Blackburn by beating Nottingham Forest 2-1 at Griffin Park.
The Bees have taken 11 points from their first six games and boss Dean Smith beamed: “They showed a lot of character.”
Derby are starting to get into their stride with a late 2-1 victory at Hull making it three in a row to move up to fourth place, two points behind the leaders, and are now 20/1 for the title.
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