That is according to Championship pundit David Prutton, who believes Villa boss Steve Bruce would settle for a point at Elland Road.
Adomah, 29, has scored five goals in three games for the Villans, who head into the clash in fine form.
Leeds have returned to winning ways after a nightmare run of results but former Whites midfielder Prutton believes they must beat Villa to boost their promotion hopes.
“Now this is a big game to start the weekend, under the lights at Elland Road,” he said.
“Leeds seem to have turned a corner again lately, despite that loss at Wolves, and could really do with another victory here to put the pressure on those above them, including Aston Villa.
“I think he’d settle for a draw here, though.
“1-1 with Albert Adomah to score first.”
Villa will be missing John Terry (broken metatarsal), Jonathan Kodjia (ankle) and Scott Hogan (stomach).