A place in the fourth round of the FA Cup is up for grabs as Cardiff City and Leeds United go head-to-head on Sunday afternoon.
These teams are meeting for the first time since the 2019/20 season. That said, which of these teams will be left standing after this match?
Cardiff v Leeds Tip 1: Draw
Both Cardiff and Leeds United have struggled to find their best form of late. On one hand, Cardiff City have no wins in their last seven competitive fixtures.
Similarly, Leeds United are currently on a five match winless streak in competitive matches. It’s also fair to point out that Leeds are coming off back-to-back draws, while four of Cardiff’s last five games ended in stalemates.
For these reasons, we believe that this match will go into extra time.
Cardiff v Leeds Utd Tip 2: Under 2.5
We would like to point out that Cardiff City did not score a single goal in their last three matches.
To be fair, they allowed just one goal in that three-game stretch. Because of this, most of Cardiff City’s matches have been on the low-scoring side; as their last three matches all went under 1.5.
Taking everything into account, we shouldn’t expect a lot of goals in this match.
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