With Leeds set for a tricky home fixture against promotion hopefuls Hull City, the somewhat Yorkshire rivalry could be set for fireworks, with both sides looking to pick up a win.
Leeds have seen a bad season turn to worse having lost for the 7th time last weekend away at QPR and their home form is no better, only winning one home fixture all season.
Hull however are a side that are only three points away from league leaders Brighton. The tigers will be wanting to set their record straight having lost their last two fixtures against Derby and Manchester City.
Leeds United are without full back Gaetano Berardi who is serving the last match of his two game suspension.
There could be possible returns for Sol Bamba and a long awaited return for Charlie Taylor, who has been off with glandular fever.
Leeds could also see a highly anticipated return for out of favour right back Sam Byram. With Leeds boss Steve Evans confirming that the right back has performed well during training, amid reports a new deal could be on the cards for the coveted right back.
A return to Elland Road and the Hull starting lineup looks on the cards for former fan favourite Robert Snodgrass, who is back from a lengthy injury.
Hull will be without key players Michael Dawson, David Meyler and Adama Diomande are all still sidelined with lengthy injuries.
Tigers' boss Steve Bruce will looking to include rested stars Allan McGregor, Curtis Davies, Shaun Maloney, Tom Huddlestone, Mo Diame and Abel Hernandez who were tested for the clubs midweek fixture against Manchester City.
Leeds last 5 home fixtures
Leeds 0-1 Rotherham (21/11/15)
Leeds 1-0 Cardiff (03/11/15)
Leeds 0-2 Blackburn (29/10/15)
Leeds 1-2 Brighton (17/10/15)
Leeds 0-2 Birmingham (03/10/15)
Hull City last 5 away fixtures
Bristol City 1-1 Hull (21/11/15)
Brentford 0-2 Hull (03/11/15)
MK Dons 0-2 Hull (31/10/15)
Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Hull (17/10/15)
Nottingham Forest 0-1 Hull (03/10/15)
With both sides currently struggling for form, we have checked out betting site William Hill - the online leader in football betting to see what the bookies are predicting for Saturday.
Hull are the obvious favourites at 11/10 to win, with Leeds at 11/4 to pull off a surprise victory and a draw at 11/5.
Although, with Leeds usually picking up good results against the big sides, both teams to score and Leeds to win at 7/1 is a fantastic price.
Both Mirco Antenucci and Chris Wood are currently both at 13/2 for the first goal and seen as though they are the club's highest scorers, is a pretty safe bet!
If you're looking for a wildcard, Alex Mowatt at 9/1 for the first goalscorer is surely worth a pop.
Returning former hero Robert Snodgrass is a big 9/1 to get the first goal in the game and it wouldn't be the first time a returning player caused more misery at Elland Road.
By Ryan Ingham