Posted by sean on December 3, 2005 at 2:18 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds face Leicester City today almost a year to the day they played last season. Last season’s game was very poor and Leeds lost 2-0. Incidentally Leeds also played Leicester this time five years ago when Rio Ferdinand made his debut. They lost that one too.

This time around Leeds have been doing well of late, three wins in a row, the first time in almost three years. Should they win today it’ll be the first time Leeds have won four games back-to-back since April 2001.

While I really hope Leeds win today I do have a bad feeling about this game. Hoping I’m wrong but I can see a draw or even a Leicester win today. Because of this I have stuck £11 on a Leicester win or draw.

This really is a win-win situation. Should Leeds get a poor result today Mr. Ladbrokes will console me a little by giving me £21. Should Leeds win I won’t care about the lost tenner, 3 points for Leeds always feel brilliant. Of course I would prefer the latter, always love to see a Leeds victory.

Good luck today Leeds, lets make it four in a row (and cost me a tenner).

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