LEEDS United can be backed at 11-10 to return to winning ways against Bristol City on Tuesday evening - roughly the same odds that the Whites were to beat Cardiff.
United were marginally odds on in some quarters to beat the Bluebirds at Elland Road on Saturday but fell to a 2-0 defeat and back to back losses for the first time since August/September.
Fifth-bottom Bristol City will now visit Elland Road three days later - a team seven points and six places behind Cardiff - and Leeds are roughly the same price to achieve a victory.
A few firms are offering 11-10 with Lee Johnson’s Robins available at 3-1 with Betway.
City have only won twice on their travels all season - at Burton Albion in August and at Fulham in September.
The Robins have picked up three draws on their travels this term - including when drawing 3-3 at Derby County on Saturday after leading 3-0.
The draw is readily available at 5-2 for the clash against Leeds.
The Robins have won just one of their last 11 league games, eight of which have resulted in defeat.
But coming on the back of a 1-0 win at home to Rotherham United and prior to that a 2-2 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday, the draw at Derby ended a run of six successive losses on the road.
United’s 21-goal top scorer Chris Wood is not surprisingly 4-1 favourite to score first but City’s Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham also has 21 for the season and is not far behind at 11-2.
Marcus Antonsson is next at 6-1 while City’s recent recruit from Bristol Rovers Matty Taylor is 27-4.
Kemar Roofe is next in the list at 15-2.
A 1-0 win to Leeds is rated the most likely score outcome at 6-1, along with a 1-1 draw which is the same price.