By Keith Ingham
Leeds travel on Tuesday to relegated Bolton Wanderers, who after falling from the Premiership have struggled to adapt to their new division. They sit eighteenth in the league with ten points and after a 1-0 defeat by Crystal Palace the natives are already turning on manager Owen Coyle, who could be the next North West manager to lose his job after Steve Keane left Blackburn.
The small squad at Leeds has amazed me, I didn't feel it was strong enough before the kick off and I'm still of that opinion but whoever gets a shirt puts in a great shift and they should all be congratulated for their efforts. Paddy seems to be struggling kicking but hopefully after another international break his injury should have improved.
I'm not expecting any changes but feel that Danny Pugh was unlucky to be left out at the weekend after a great performance v Everton and may get a start if Neil Warnock goes more defensive in his line- up.
Three wins can hopefully be turned into four, it'll be a hard game but one we can certainly win.
Bolton 1 Leeds 2 (Pearce, White)
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