Match Preview: Birmingham 4-5 Leeds (Championship) on December 29, 2019 | Free Betting Tips

Free Daily Betting Tips for Today, December 29.
Kick-off: 16:00 (GMT+1)
ENGLAND: Championship – Round 25
EVENT: Birmingham – Leeds
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@1xbet | Result: 4:5 WIN!!!

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Match Preview

Boxing Day saw Birmingham City stop their opponents from scoring over 1.5 goals for the first time in five games, as they ended a three-match losing streak with a 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers. Expect no clean sheet here, as the ‘Blues’ have registered just one from their last nine Championship home matches.
Six of Birmingham’s 11 home league games this term saw both sides level at half-time (HT: W3, D6, L2) with five of those half-time draws goalless. However, Birmingham are yet to see a 0-0 full-time draw at St. Andrews, as the vast majority of the goals scored and conceded here have arrived in the second half (72% – 1.64 second-half goals on average per match).
Though winless in three matches (D2, L1), promotion-chasing Leeds United have won more away league games in 2019 (11) than in any calendar year since 2009 (12). Interestingly, in that season (2009/10) Leeds went on to earn promotion, finishing second in League One.
Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds have been slow-burners away from home this Championship campaign, scoring a whopping 15 of their 18 away goals after half-time (83.33% – 1.5 goals on average per second half). Moreover, a third of their away goals have come beyond the 75th minute.
Players to watchLukas Jutkiewicz is the only Birmingham player to net more than once at home this season – he’s scored five of their 13 home league goals.
Egzijan Alioski was recently the first goalscorer (excluding OGs) in consecutive games that both ended 2-0 in Leeds’ favour, including their most recent away victory.
Stat attack: Birmingham have averaged 2.17 bookings per match across the last six league H2Hs (LEE: 1.67).
Bielsa has won only one of three managerial H2Hs with Birmingham (W1, L2) – all were settled by a single-goal margin.
Half of Leeds’ away league games have produced a goalless first half.