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LUFC 4/1 to bring home the bacon from the ham-mers

LUFC 4/1 to bring home the bacon from the ham-mers

Leeds United travel to West Ham United on Sunday as underdogs with the hammers odds on to take all three points.

With odds taken from bwin.com, West ham are 67/100 to beat Leeds with the whites a tasty 4/1 to record their first away win of the season.

Those that fancy a draw, then 5/2 is your price.

If you fancy Leeds to take the lead then they are available at 17/10 whilst West Ham are 53/100. If your anticipating a boring goalless bore then 11/1 is your price.

Those that prefer to take a punt on the correct score can get the following:

West Ham 1-0 33/4
West Ham 2-0 33/4
West Ham 2-1 31/4
West Ham 3-0 23/2

Leeds 1-0 27/2
Leeds 2-0 25/1
Leeds 2-1 13/1
Leeds 3-0 50/1

Draw 0-0 11/1
Draw 1-1 7/1
Draw 2-2 25/2
Draw 3-3 50/1

Leeds have yet to keep a clean sheet this season and the bookies seem to think that they will fail again with West Ham 1/10 to score. Leeds do tend to score and they are also odds on at 21/50.

If you fancy a half time / full time bet then West Ham are 33/20 to be ahead at half time and win the match whilst Leeds are 15/2.

For a full list of odds from bwin,com then click the logo at the bottom of the page.

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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Saturday August 20 2011
Time: 9:00AM

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