July 20, 2024

Following Leeds United’s victory over Swansea City last night, the Whites moved up to second place in the standings, surpassing Southampton. Gareth Ainsworth has now made his prediction regarding who will receive automatic promotion.

Leeds won a seventh straight league match thanks to goals from Crysencio Summerville, Joel Piroe, and Willy Gnonto. In all likelihood, Leeds could have scored twice as many goals as Daniel Farke’s team ultimately managed.

Six clean sheets were part of the seven consecutive victories. Leeds is now proving they are in the top two, as they have above Southampton, who were unexpectedly defeated 3-1 at Bristol City.

After the game, Daniel Farke and Piroe both addressed Southampton’s defeat, but they declined to discuss the race for promotion, claiming instead to be preoccupied with their own needs.

However, Sky Sports News analyst Gareth Ainsworth, the manager, offered his prediction for the team that will finish second behind Leicester yesterday night. He believes we can beat Southampton to the second spot.
A few men are fond of Southampton due to their recent success. Leeds is such a good team, in my opinion. Summerville is this player if they can maintain him in his current form, he stated (13/02, 7:20 PM).

“The one where you say, ‘That player got them promoted,’ is one that teams have had in the past. It was that particular player. That’s what Summerville has accomplished. I’ll stick my neck out and predict that Leeds will easily win.
The biggest surprise is undoubtedly that he mentioned this before the match. Few people saw Southampton’s 25-game unbeaten streak ending at the hands of Liam Manning’s Bristol City, an uninteresting team.

However, they did, and Leeds appears to be getting stronger all the time. With players such as Patrick Bamford, Willy Gnonto, Junior Firpo, and Ilia Gruev joining the team recently, the depth of the team is evident.

For Leeds, all four have been outstanding. Hopefully, Leeds hasn’t overachieved and will not become fatigued in the latter stages of the season. Even while we won’t win every one of the 15 League games left, you would expect for at least ten.

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