Leeds are pushing hard for promotion and will look to keep the pressure on second place Southampton by beating Swansea on Tuesday.
Daniel Farke's side have won their last six Championship games, a run that includes keeping clean sheets in their last two on the road.
Swansea snapped a streak of five without a victory with Saturday's 1-0 win at promotion hopefuls Hull City.
They took an early lead in November's reverse fixture, only for two of their former players, Joel Piroe and Daniel James, to net in a 3-1 win for the Whites.
Leeds' current form suggests a similar result could be in the offing on Tuesday, with a victory potentially lifting them up to second in the Championship, depending on Southampton's result at Bristol City.
Leeds to win and both teams to score @ 21/10
With Leicester clear at the top, Southampton's ferocious form has overshadowed Leeds' recent progress in the battle to join the Foxes in the Championship's automatic promotion places.
The Whites have won six in a row in the Championship, while they are also through to the fifth round of the FA Cup, where they will face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 28th February.
Their promotion hopes were previously built on their form at Elland Road, with Farke's side's tally of 40 points at home the best of any team in the Championship.
Encouragingly, they have also started to show more consistency on the road, winning their last two Championship away games without conceding.
Their run of clean sheets may come to an end against a Swansea side who were the impressive winners at Hull on Saturday, but whose season is in the balance.
With 15 games to play, they are 11 points behind sixth-place Coventry, but seven points ahead of Queens Park Rangers, who occupy the final relegation spot.
They might still feel they can close the gap on the top six while simultaneously pushing away from the bottom three and, despite losing their last home game against Plymouth 1-0, they had scored in their previous six at home in the league.
Liam Cullen was the match-winner at Hull and, with Jerry Yates also available, Swansea have the firepower to test Leeds.
However, the visitors should continue their good form by recording a seventh straight Championship victory.
Joel Piroe Anytime Goalscorer @ 13/10
Piroe started the season at Swansea before moving to Elland Road in August, forming a fine partnership with Georginio Rutter but has dropped behind Patrick Bamford in the pecking order over recent months.
One-cap England forward Bamford struggled for goals earlier in the campaign, but has found his scoring form, netting five times in 2024.
That run has further limited Piroe's chances, but Farke could be tempted to hand him a rare start on Tuesday, especially after he scored in the reverse game.
The 24-year-old will have added motivation facing his old side and could add to his current tally of 12 goals for the season.
Both Teams to Recieve a Card - No @ 11/4
There might also be merit in tracking the cards markets. Leeds have picked up a league-low of 46 yellows this season, while Swansea's 63 yellows leaves them 13th in that table.
Tuesday's referee David Webb has awarded an average of 4.40 cautions per game and Swansea could cause him some issues after receiving three bookings at Hull.
However, Leeds have collectively avoided any cautions in their last two Championship games and there is some value in backing a 'no' in the both teams to be booked market.