When: Monday, March 8, 20:00 GMT
How to watch: Sky Sports Main Event
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Can West Ham keep up their top form in 2021?
West Ham have been making big movements in the league since the start of the year. In the 10 games they've played so far in 2021, they have managed seven wins, two losses and one draw.
David Moyes' side have earned plaudits for their performances of late and the Hammers are fully capable of pushing for a European spot.
The loan signing of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United has proved to benefit the side. He has been in arguably the best form of his career and has been nominated for the February Player of the Month award.
Last three Premier League meetings:
Leeds 1-2 West Ham (December 11, 2020)
It wasn't without a little controversy, however. The goal came at the second time of asking, as VAR had deemed Fabianski's save from the first attempt against the rules as he had stepped off his line.
Almost 20 minutes later, the Hammers found an equaliser from a corner that was headed home by their surprise top goal scorer, Tomas Soucek.
West Ham constantly pushed for the winning goal, coming agonisingly close multiple times.
It took a header from Angelo Ogbonna in the 80th minute to seal the victory for the Hammers.
Leeds 1-0 West Ham (February 8, 2003)
You have to go back to the early 2000s for the last Premier League matchups between these two sides. Leeds' long absence from the top flight meant there was a 17-year gap between the last time they met.
The only goal of the game came from Seth Johnson in the 20th minute, a fine strike from outside the box that goalkeeper David James couldn't keep out despite getting his fingertips to the ball.
West Ham 3-4 Leeds (November 10, 2002)
The first time these two sides met in the 2002/03 season made for an entertaining game.
Leeds took the lead through Nick Barmby, however they were soon pegged back by a Paulo Di Canio equaliser. Just seven minutes later, the Whites were back in front courtesy of Harry Kewell.
Right before half-time, Leeds built a three-goal advantage with a further effort from Kewell and one from Mark Viduka.
West Ham, down 4-1 at the start of the second half, came out strong. The Hammers won a penalty in the 50th minute and Di Canio stepped up to score his second goal of the game.
Trevor Sinclair added a third for the Irons with 15 minutes left, however Leeds were able to hold on to their lead until the final whistle.
Head-to-head in the Premier League
West Ham wins: 3
Leeds wins: 14
West Ham goals: 14
Leeds goals: 35
Will Leeds provide another challenge?
Newcomers Leeds showed early on that they mean business now that they're finally back in the Premier League. Their first game of the season saw them challenge the reigning champions Liverpool at Anfield. The Whites only lost through a penalty in the 88th minute.
Since then, Leeds have enjoyed a number of spectacular results. Manager Marcelo Bielsa has instilled a team mentality that suggests one goal either way is not good enough. Consequently, it has been hard to predict what Leeds will do on any given weekend. They could either score four or concede four, or even both.
February had a mixed bag of results, with two wins and four losses from their six league games. Despite their mixed form, their currently in-form winger Raphinha has picked up a nomination for Player of the Month.
A result in their favour will see them match 10th-placed Arsenal on points but they will stay 11th due to goal difference, unless they are able to find eight goals.
Scoreline prediction: West Ham 2-2 Leeds
Both sides also have a number of injury doubts ahead of the game. For West Ham, both their goalkeepers are facing fitness issues after recovering from minor injuries.
For Leeds, Kalvin Phillips is still looking like a doubt for the game. Rodrigo, who is coming back from injury, played on Friday night for the U-23's but is more than likely going to miss this game.
The draw seems to be the most popular bet ahead of kick off. Paddy Power are currently offering 5/2 on the result with the odds shortening. Sky Bet and bet365 are two of multiple bookmakers that are offering 13/5 for both teams to share a point.
Raphinha is the man in top form for Leeds at the moment. He could be the bright spark that they need to get something out of this game. Unibet are offering 19/5 for him to score anytime.
On the other side, West Ham's man of the moment, Jesse Lingard, is currently 14/5 with Unibet to score anytime.
Michael Antonio is the favourite to score first. The best odds for him to do so are 5/1 with bet365. Leeds' top goalscorer, Patrick Bamford, is also a solid shout for first goalscorer. Unibet has him at 6/1 to do so.