Derby County vs Leeds United
Time – 12:15 Am, 16th May
Venue – Elland Road, Leeds United
Leeds were able to take a 1-0 aggregate lead over Derby County in the first leg of the promotion play-off to the Premier League. The situation was clearly very profitable, especially the victory was obtained at the headquarters of Derby County. Now competing at his own headquarters clearly Leeds looked able to play comfortably.
Leeds only need to play a draw in the second leg this time, it will be enough to launch a step from Leeds to the final round of the promotion play-off.
While in the opposing camp Derby County does not want to lose. Derby County wants to go home with his head held high by bagging three points in this match. The visitors will try to break the opponent’s goal at the start of the first half of the match. Nevertheless Derby County does not underestimate their opponents.
Derby County – 1(2-1)
Leeds United – 3(1-0)(2-0)(4-1)(1-0)
Draw – 1(2-2)
Recent Forms(Last 5 Matches)
Derby County – L, W, D, W, W
Leeds United – W, L, D, L, L
Derby County – Andy King is not playing due to injury. Martyn Waghorn is doubtful.
Leeds United – Eunan O’Kane and Barry Douglas are not playing due to injury. Tyler Roberts, Ezgjan Alioski, Adam Forshaw and Roofe will not be available for the fixture. Jansson is doubtful. Bamford will be available for the fixture.
Probable Playing 11
Derby County –
K. Roos; J. Bogle, R. Keogh, F. Tomori, S. Malone, D. Holmes, B. Johnson, M. Mount, H. Wilson, T. Lawrence, D. Nugent
Doubt: J. Marriott
Leeds United –
L. Casilla; S. Dallas, L. Cooper, L. Ayling, G. Berardi, K. Phillips, J. Harrison, M. Klich, J. Shackleton, P. Hernandez, P. Bamford
There could be some changes in my team after lineup declaration, so come back to this article at 11:45 Am tonight for final changes.