Promotion chasing Leeds United have really hit the ground running in 2024, and that's enough for them to hold 2nd place as we go into the weekend. They may not be there by the time they kick off on Saturday, but are in great form, and head away to Plymouth looking to bag another important three points.Plymouth Form Guide
Plymouth have once again eased themselves away from the relegation zone with a decent run recently that has seen them lose just one of their last five games. They come here in 15th position, and 37 points means they are eight clear of QPR in 22nd, so no need for them to be looking over their shoulder just yet.
They come here on the back of a good point in midweek, drawing 2-2 at home with Coventry, sadly for them, conceding a last minute equaliser against playoff chasing Coventry. These two met in the FA Cup recently, with the game at Elland Road ending in a draw, then the game at Home Park ending in a draw before Leeds took control in extra time to win 4-1 eventually.Leeds Form Guide
The plan for an immediate return to the Premier League is now firmly unfolding for Leeds. If I had to pick a team to finish second at this stage, Leeds are the team I would pick. They may not be in second by the time they play this, but they deserve to be there at the time of writing, and have moved up to a whole new level in 2024.
They are unbeaten in this calendar year, in all competitions, with eight wins, one extra time win and one draw in 10 total games, seven of those have been in the league, and all seven have ended with Leeds winning. They need to keep it up, as the top of the league is competitive, but I think they will do.Match Prediction
A big game for Leeds, every game is a big game moving forward, and I think they'll take home another three points with them. They're in great form, have been here and won before, and can win again on Saturday.