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LUFC Leeds 9/4 to increase Jewell pain

LUFC Leeds 9/4 to increase Jewell pain

Odds from b.win.com

Leeds United are 7/4 to heap more problems onto Paul Jewell and his Ipswich side this weekend.

Ipswich have splashed the cash during the summer and have endured a poor start to the season, which was compounded last weekend with a 7-1 defeat at Peterborough United.

Leeds have started to find the form in recent games that saw them finish seventh last term and the 7/4 available on a Leeds win looks good value.

Ipswich have strengthened their squad even further this week with three new signings and they are 29/20 to bounce back from last weekend.

If you prefer to sit on the fence then you can get 7/4 on a draw.

When Leeds play you are usually guaranteed goals and 4 or more goals in the game is 31/20.

Leeds have a poor record in recent away games for conceding early in the game and Ipswich are 91/100 to score the first goal.

If you like to bet on the correct score then you can get these odds on the following scores:

Ipswich 1-0 10/1
Ipswich 2-0 25/2
Ipswich 2-1 9/1
Ipswich 3-0 25/1
Draw 0-0 11/1
Draw 1-1 25/4
Draw 2-2 21/2
Draw 3-3 40/1
Leeds 1-0 21/2
Leeds 2-0 13/1
Leeds 2-1 19/2
Leeds 3-0 25/1

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Date:Friday August 26 2011
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