By Keith Ingham
After the 'yob' is now enjoying the comforts of her majesty's prison, Leeds turn their attention to ending a pretty horrendous lack of victories on this certain
day of the week.
A home game against Charlton is hopefully just what is needed after a few days when Leeds have been in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Neil Warnock may be tempted to change things around after a less than impressive display v Wednesday and the likes of Ryan Hall may get his first chance to impress the Elland Road faithful as Leeds face a side who are eighteenth in the Championship with twelve points.
Charlton have a player in their ranks who needs no introduction, Andy Hughes was one of the heroes of the Promotion winning team, with his adaptability and always giving one hundred percent, it's just a shame he might miss playing his former club as he has not been a regular this season.
Three home games in a week is going to be tough but I'm confident that Leeds can win the first of these games to continue the unbeaten run.
Leeds 2 Charlton 1 Pearce, White
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