What can you say when playing the rock bottom club is billed as a ‘big game’! The Robbins will be out to impress their new manager, Sean O’Driscol and, fighting to avoid the drop, will be hoping to get a result against Neil Warnock’s lacklustre Leeds. On the other hand, Neil Warnock is fighting to retain his credibility as the Leeds manager. His bizarre team selections, tactics, and player-knocking man management, have lost him the fans’ support. If these have also lost him the dressing room then O’Driscol’s lads are likely to have an easy game at Elland Road – let’s hope not! The Leeds team set out above is, probably, the strongest that Warnock could field – with each player in their preferred position – no doubt, Warnock will have his own ideas! But no matter how strong our defence, midfield and attack is, if Warnock’s lovechild, Kenny keeps booting the ball up the pitch for Bristol to counter the outcome will be the same as every other dire performance Leeds fans have had to endure this season.
If we play to our strengths in a passing game then: Leeds 3-0 Bristol. If we play ‘Warnockball’ then: Leeds 1-2 Bristol