New Leeds coach Darko Milanic is yet to bank a win from two Championship fixtures with the Whites, but the Slovenian did oversee a familiar spectacle in his first match in charge at Elland Road last time out.
For the fourth time in five second-tier games this term, Leeds partook in a home contest that delivered fewer than three goals.
Opponents Reading headed back down south with a point from a scoreless draw with Milanic’s men, who take on Yorkshire brethren Sheffield Wednesday at home next.
Under 2.5 goals is available to back at a hugely-generous 18/25 for the clash with Stuart Gray’s boys.
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After going under 2.5 goals in each of their last four home games of 2013/14, three or less on the scoresheet against the Owls would mean this wager paid out in nine of their last ten such fixtures.
Remarkably, Leeds’ 3-0 win against struggling Huddersfield last month was the first time the Elland Road scoreboard operator has been troubled more than twice in the Championship since Doncaster won 2-1 there, all the way back in March.
Two of Milanic’s last three home matches in charge of Sturm Graz, who he led until earlier this month, shuffled under the 2.5 goal mark.
Whatever attracted Whites chairman Massimo Cellino to the Slovenian coach, it probably wasn’t his results in Austria this term.
Graz’s 2-0 loss in Milanic’s last game in charge at the UPC-Arena against Admira Wacker followed a 2-1 home defeat to Wolfsberger, which was immediately pre-dated by a somewhat more respectable 1-1 draw with Austria Vienna.
Leeds have now gone 221 minutes without scoring in the Championship, while Wednesday have managed just five in their past seven all-competition outings.