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Thread: Leeds United - v - Brentford FC ***Matchday Thread***

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    Leeds United - v - Brentford FC ***Matchday Thread***

    Leeds United forward Pablo Hernandez (groin) is expected to be fit as boss Paul Heckingbottom looks for his first win since taking charge.

    Defenders Luke Ayling and Conor Shaughnessy (both ankle) are out.

    Brentford's Nico Yennaris (sickness) is a doubt, but fellow midfielder Lewis Macleod is back in training and Josh McEachran will be assessed.

    Winger Sergi Canos is available to return from suspension, but Rico Henry (knee) remains a long-term absentee.

    SAM's prediction
    Home win 40% Draw 28% Away win 32%
    SAM, the Sports Analytics Machine, is a super-computer built by @ProfIanMcHale of the University of Liverpool.

    Match facts

    Leeds have lost just one of their last 12 home matches against Brentford in all competitions (W6 D5), losing 1-0 in February 2015.

    The Bees have lost one of their last nine league matches against the Whites (W4 D4), with that defeat in this exact fixture last season.

    After a run of three successive clean sheets at home, Leeds have shipped at least twice in their last three league games at Elland Road, conceding 10 goals in total.

    Brentford have won their last two league games, scoring seven and conceding none. They last won three in a row without conceding in league competition in October 2015.

    Pierre-Michel Lasogga has found the net for Leeds in each of his last three league games; his best run since scoring in four successive games for Hamburg in the Bundesliga in October 2013.

    Brentford striker Neal Maupay has scored in back-to-back league games for the third time this season (also in August and November), and is looking to score in three straight Championship games for the first time.

    3 - 0 us. Convincing win. Tide turns....


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    Links anyone?

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    Bloody Hell - the clown is still in goal !!!

    and Anita FFS !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CromerWhite View Post
    Links anyone?

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    cant see us getting owt from that line up, probably win 3-0 then.....

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    Wiedwald, Berardi, Cooper (c), Jansson, Anita, Phillips, O'Kane, Alioski, Saiz, Dallas, Lasogga

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgrimwhite View Post

    Lovely, Cheers.

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    How in the name of al that is holy can Cooper STILL be captain? What message does this send to the squad, "f00k up as much as you like, make life hard for your teammates and you'll get the armband", FFS!!! 👹

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    Come on Leeds
    The Crowd need to lift this team home

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    Okane's strategy is to pass the ball to the bees and see if they tire out while attacking.

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    O'Kane is having another storming performance. A true passing masterclass !!!

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    what a save by Felix

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    Links died a death

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    anyone seeing this anywhere

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    periscope dirty leeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgrimwhite View Post
    Superb, cheers again

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    cheers pilgrim

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    Not a great performance so far, Fordham is a big loss can't seem to get the passes going in the middle.

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    Yesssss Get in... copper hopefully this will give him a boost and help up his performances.

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