Date:Saturday December 15 2012
Leeds United will be looking to bounce back to form when Ipswich Town visit Elland Road today at the start of a busy week for the whites.
Leeds face Ipswich, Chelsea and Middlesbrough in the next seven days, in what could be a pivotal week of the season.
The whites come into the game on the back of the disappointment of seeing their three game winning run come to an end at Derby County last weekend.
Leeds are looking to make it three home wins in a row with a win over Ipswich today, after beating highflyers Crystal Palace and Leicester City in their last two home games and Paddypower have Leeds at 23/20 to claim the three points.
Ipswich come to Elland Road full of confidence after winning their last three games.
The Tractor Boys are in good form under boss Mick McCarthy, winning five of their eight games since his arrival at the start of November.
Paddypower have Ipswich at 23/10 to return to Suffolk with all three points whilst it is 23/10 on the draw.
Despite failing to score at Derby last weekend, Luciano Becchio comes into the game in good form having netted four times in his last four games.
The Argentinian striker has netted fourteen times already this season and he is 4/1 to open the scoring.
Leeds midfielder David Norris will be looking to emulate teammates Paul Green and El Hadji Diouf who have scored against previous clubs this season.
Norris spent two and a half years at Portman Road making over 100 appearances and he is 12/1 to score first.
Leeds boss Neil Warnock will be hoping one of his former players and summer targets DJ Campbell doesn`t come back to haunt him.
Campbell is on loan at Ipswich from Warnock`s former club QPR and he has been in great form since the arrival of manager Mick McCarthy, scoring six times in eight games.
The striker is 13/2 to open the scoring this afternoon.
Defender Luke Chambers was also a reported summer target for Warnock. Chambers left Nottingham Forest to join Ipswich and he is 25/1 to open the scoring.
For a full list of odds go to Paddypower
*Odds subject to fluctuation and correct at the time of print
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