Sunday’s Championship match at the Riverside sees promotion-chasing Middlesbrough host a Leeds side yet to register a win, or even a goal, under new manager Neil Warnock.
A goalless draw at Hull in midweek was the third straight game where the visitors have failed to score. That barren spell has left them five points outside of the play-offs, having played more games than the other teams in the chasing pack.
Only the top four teams in the division have a better record on the road than Leeds this term, but with four of their next five away games coming against teams above them in the table, the odds are against them to maintain that form.
They are 11/5 outsiders to take all three points here, with the draw at the same price. The home side are 11/10 for the victory.
Boro go into the game on the back of four wins from their last five games, their only defeat coming at the hands of form side Reading last month.
Only a handful of teams have scored fewer home than Boro, but with their opponents so lacklustre in front at goal, one or two should be enough.
With this in mind, the offer of 18/5 for Tony Mowbray’s men to win with less than 2.5 combined goals in the game looks a steal.
Punters who use their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com will see a return of £115 if they correctly back Middlesbrough to win in this manner.
Alternatively, you might fancy a repeat of the 1-0 win that Middlesbrough recorded at Elland Road back in August at odds of 13/2.
Recommended bet: Middlesbrough to win a game of under 2.5 goals @ 18/5
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