Leeds XI: Casilla, Ayling, Cooper, Berardi, Dallas, Hernandez, Shackleton, Phillips, Klich, Harrison, Bamford

Derby XI: Roos, Bogle, Keogh, Tomori, Malone, Mount, Johnson, Wilson, Holmes, Lawrence, Bennett

Mason Bennett starts up front in place of David Nugent for Derby LEEDS 0-0 DERBY Ashley Cole and teenage midfielder Jason Knight are on the bench Patrick Bamford returns up front for Leeds after serving a two-match ban Five-minute warning

1: Outrageous atmosphere inside Elland Road – but you already knew that… Those freebie scarves are being held aloft with Leeds fans singing their hearts out.

Bielsa – not a simple game

Y’all ready? Good. We’re underway folks. Who will face Aston Villa at Wembley…

“The difference is only one goal and the idea is to increase the difference and prevent the opponent from reducing it. “Usually you don’t make comments at half-time and usually you work to build a superiority in the time that you have to play. “The first game was not simple for us, and we’re sure that the next game won’t be easy either.” Twitter round-up

19:40: Everyone keeps mentioning the fact Leeds beat Derby in all three fixtures this season. That must impact psychologically on Derby. BUT – I guess this is the one that matters.

19:35: Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa: “It’s two games, but we could say it’s just one game and we’ve just played the first half,” the Argentine said.

Ben: Unpopular opinion. I actually want Leeds to win tonight and I’d quite like to see them in the Premier League next season. I think Bielsa is one hell of a character!

Stupid boy

Billy: Played with Lampard when we were kids, and still to this day, I have never seen a player work so hard to get to where he wanted to be. He’d be doing laps of the pitch after games and all sorts, he deserves everything he gets because he’s worked his nuts off for it.

Barry: Genuine question – what is Derby’s plan if they don’t go up and all their loan players go back to their parent clubs? Tough job for Lampard next season.

19:25: Leeds captain Liam Cooper is confident team-mate Patrick Bamford can make amends for his “stupid” suspension.

“It’s one of those things in the heat of the moment. Sometimes you make stupid decisions and Pat will admit that.” IT issues…

He has served a two-game ban for deceiving the referee in the recent home draw against …read more

Source:: Daily Times


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