Posted by sean on March 6, 2006 at 9:12 pm in Leeds United with No Comments


Leeds have been doing very well lately and Sheffield United, who they are chasing are slipping from the automatic promotion spot of 2nd place. There is a lot of excitement around Leeds fans hoping to get promoted automatically and avoiding the play offs. Can it be done, is it possible and should Leeds be more worried about little old Watford than local rivals Sheffield United?

I have got the old calculator out and looked at the results for Leeds, Sheffield United and Watford for 2006 to work out their current form and predict who will get that precious spot and promoted to the land of milk and honey – The Premiership.

2006 Stats

Leeds United
Played: 10
Won: 6
Drew: 3
Lost: 1
Points: 21
Average Points Per Game: 2.1

Sheffield United
Played: 10
Won: 4
Drew: 4
Lost: 2
Points: 16
Average Points Per Game: 1.6

Watford
Played: 10
Won: 8
Drew: 1
Lost: 1
Points: 25
Average Points Per Game: 2.5

Games Remaining
Leeds: 12
Sheffield United: 11
Watford: 11

Total Points at the end of the season based upon current tally and 2006 form
Leeds: 94.2 (currently on 69)
Sheffield United: 92.6 (currently on 75)
Watford: 95.5 (currently on 68)

Therefore based on current form WATFORD will be going up! Still, these are only predictions and football is always full of surprises, anything could happen. The three teams are so close together points wise, Leeds are closer to Watford so fingers crossed The Mighty Whites can get 2nd spot!

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