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David Prutton forecasts Leeds United vs. Hull City’s result.

On Monday, April 1st, Leeds United and Hull City will play in the Championship at Elland Road.

The Whites enter this match coming off of a 2-2 tie with Watford. Although Daniel Farke’s team is still the only one in the Premier League without a loss at Elland Road this year, they have three points in mind tonight.

Farke lamented after the previous game that his team’s lack of enough training time during the international break. In addition, Connor Roberts and Willy Gnonto are now sidelined due to injuries, therefore they will miss this game.

However, the confidence in the side is sky high. Mateo Joseph only took 25 seconds to score for Leeds after coming off the bench in the last game, and they should feel confident ahead of their home game against Hull City.

David Prutton predicts outcome of Leeds United clash v Hull City

Prutton said: “Leeds were a little depleted on Friday night and came up against a determined Watford side, so to come away from that one with a point probably represents a decent result at this stage.

“Hull suffered a worrying home defeat to Stoke, with the squad they have they should be pushing a lot harder for the play-offs. At their best they can cause Leeds problems, but I think Daniel Farke’s side will bounce back. 2-0.”

The Whites have picked up 12 wins and two draws from their last 14 games in the Championship and they are aiming for automatic promotion.

At the start of the year, Leeds were 17 points behind Leicester City, and now they have closed the gap, although the Foxes have a game in hand. It’s going to be a thrilling final few games in the Championship, and it’s hard to predict the top two.

Farke was forced to break the partnership of Ethan Ampadu and Joe Rodon at the back last week due to the injury to Ilia Gruev, and it didn’t come as a surprise that the Whites were shaky in defence. Gruev is likely to return to the side, but even if he remains absent, Leeds should have enough quality to pick up a win here.

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