Leeds clinched three all-important points from West Ham in an entertaining five-goal thriller at the London Stadium last weekend.

While it only moved the Whites up to 15th, the injury-stricken side have shown they still have plenty of fight. As players start to make a return, can the Yorkshire side make a big push for a top-half finish?

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Leeds – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Leeds Premier League fixture?

Leeds welcome Newcastle United to Elland Road for a 15:00 kick-off on Saturday. The Whites won this exact fixture 5-2 last season, and they’ll look to make it back-to-back league wins at Elland Road against the Magpies for the first time since 1972. It could also be the first time they’ve won their first three league matches in a calendar year since 1973 under Don Revie.

What are the odds that Leeds win their next game?

Having earned seven points from their last three Premier League meetings with Newcastle, Leeds are EVS to take another three this weekend.

The Whites have scored three goals in their last two Premier League games (3-1 v Burnley and 3-2 against West Ham). They last scored 3+ goals in three consecutive league games in December 2001. It’s 9/2 that Leeds score exactly three goals again.

Jack Harrison bagged a hat-trick last weekend, taking him to four goals in his last two league games. Leeds have won 19 of the 21 games he’s scored in, the joint-highest win percentage at 90.5% of any player to have scored in more than 20 games for the club alongside Tony Yeboah. Get 23/10 on Harrison to score against Newcastle.

What is the latest Leeds injury and transfer news?

Despite limping off last weekend, Adam Forshaw and Junior Firpo could both be fit enough to feature. Diego Llorente is available after serving his one-match ban, while Patrick Bamford is back in contention. However, Liam Cooper, Kalvin Phillips, Joe Gelhardt, Tyler Roberts, Jamie Shackleton, Charlie Cresswell are all still out.

Who are Leeds United’s key players?

Perhaps one of Leeds’ greatest strengths is their collective unity, and whilst they have a team full of quality, there is arguably no ‘star’ in the team.

England’s tireless midfielder Kalvin Phillips is a huge presence in their midfield, and his recent absence has only enhanced how important he is. Meanwhile, Raphinha has provided the goals for Leeds this season with three in eight appearances.

Leeds Premier League fixtures

The Leeds Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Manchester United v Leeds United5-1
21/08/202115:00Leeds United v Everton2-2
28/08/202115:00Burnley v Leeds United1-1
11/09/202115:00Leeds United v Liverpool0-3
18/09/202115:00Newcastle United v Leeds United1-1
25/09/202115:00Leeds United v West Ham United1-2
02/10/202115:00Leeds United v Watford1-0
16/10/202115:00Southampton v Leeds United1-0
23/10/202115:00Leeds United v Wolverhampton1-1
30/10/202115:00Norwich City v Leeds United1-2
06/11/202115:00Leeds United v Leicester City1-1
20/11/202115:00Tottenham Hotspur v Leeds United2-1
27/11/202115:00Brighton v Leeds United0-0
30/11/202119:45Leeds United v Crystal Palace1-0
04/12/202115:00Leeds United v Brentford2-2
11/12/202115:00Chelsea v Leeds United3-2
15/12/202120:00Manchester City v Leeds United7-0
18/12/202115:00Leeds United v Arsenal1-4
26/12/202115:00Liverpool v Leeds United
28/12/202115:00Leeds United v Aston Villa
01/01/202215:00Leeds United v Burnley3-1
15/01/202215:00West Ham United v Leeds United2-3
22/01/202215:00Leeds United v Newcastle United
08/02/202219:45Aston Villa v Leeds United
12/02/202215:00Everton v Leeds United
19/02/202215:00Leeds United v Manchester United
26/02/202215:00Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur
05/03/202215:00Leicester City v Leeds United
12/03/202215:00Leeds United v Norwich City
14/08/202115:00Manchester United v Leeds United
21/08/202115:00Leeds United v Everton
28/08/202115:00Burnley v Leeds United
11/09/202115:00Leeds United v Liverpool
18/09/202115:00Newcastle United v Leeds United
25/09/202115:00Leeds United v West Ham United
02/10/202115:00Leeds United v Watford
16/10/202115:00Southampton v Leeds United
23/10/202115:00Leeds United v Wolverhampton

What are the Leeds odds to avoid relegation from the Premier League?

Two wins on the bounce have moved Leeds up into 15th place. For the Whites to be relegated, it’s now 15/2. In spite of their injury list, the Yorkshire club could now make a serious move for a top-half finish. A win this weekend would move them within striking distance and it’s 7/1 that they finish in the top 10.

Who is the manager of Leeds?

Marcelo Bielsa is an iconic figure in world football and hailed as an influence and mentor by the likes of Pep Guardiola and Mauricio Pochettino. Bielsa guided Leeds back to the Premier League in 2019/20 and secured a ninth-place finish in their first season back in the top-flight. After a tricky start to the season, the pressure was on the Argentine. But back-to-back wins have eased that, and seen his odds drift out to 16/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave.

Where is Leeds’ stadium?

Leeds play at Elland Road, which has been the club’s home since its formation in 1919. The current capacity at the ground is 37,792.