LUFC Habibou to hound terriers?
Leeds United and Huddersfield Town meet at Elland Road on Saturday with both sides desperate for the three points.
Leeds still hold out ambitions of reaching the play-offs whilst Huddersfield are just two points above the relegation zone going into this West Yorkshire derby.
Bookmakers Paddypower make Leeds 5/6 to claim the three points and complete the double over their near neighbours having won 4-2 at Huddersfield in December.
Huddersfield are 100/30 to claim the three points and the local bragging rights and it is 12/5 on the draw.
With strikers Steve Morison and Ross McCormack both doubts through injury for Leeds it could mean a first start for Habib Habibou.
The striker, who joined Leeds from Belgium in January, is 6/1 to open the scoring and score his first goal for Leeds.
Defender Sam Byram has scored in two of the last three games for Leeds and the youngster is 20/1 to score the first goal of the game.
Huddersfield will welcome back James Vaughan from suspension and the striker, who has netted seven times this season, is 9/1 to score first.
Adam Clayton returns to Leeds for the first time since leaving last summer and the midfielder is 18/1 to open the scoring.
For a full list of odds go to Paddypower.com
*Odds subject to fluctuation and correct at the time of print.
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