By Keith Ingham
After nearly a two week break, Leeds will hope to hit the ground running in a eagerly awaited Yorkshire derby, at a ground we've had some success in past years. I particularly remember the 1991-92 visit (6-1).
Neil Warnock has virtually his full squad to pick from, with Green and maybe Davide Somma available after a long time out. There could also be a new addition in Ryan Hall vying for a place either in the starting eleven or more likely a spot on the bench. This could be a interesting signing as Neil Warnock released the player earlier in his career at Crystal Palace but now hopes the player has improved his attitude. He's quick and can play down both wings.
I expect nearly the same eleven that started v Barnsley, with the only doubts I have being if Drury returns to left back and Aidan White returns to the wing, David Norris could also claim a start if Rodolph Austin is 'jet lagged' after a long journey back from Jamaica. I love these games as in the past goals have flown in and some debatable decisions have occurred in the matches. (we've never forgotten or forgiven you Gordon Watson!)
I am confident of a Leeds win but no doubt it will be a keenly fought contest for the bragging rights of West v South Yorkshire.
Prediction: Sheffield Wednesday 1 Leeds 2 (I'm still hoping Pearce can win me a few quid) and the other from Luciano Becchio
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