Sitting near the bottom of the League One table, Hereford United is the fight of their lives to avoid relegation to League Two. And while on paper it may appear to be a easier match for Leeds, Simon Grayson will need to have his side running on all cyclinders as The Bulls have been a handful at Edgar Street. After winning promotion from League Two last season, they have stumbled in the first part of the campaign but are showing signs of improvement in their last two matches, with a draw to Tranmere Rovers followed up by a tight 2-1 loss to Leicester City.
Goalkeeper Craig Samson, most recently of Scottish side Dundee said to the BBC:
"We will be going all out for a win. We are at home and it might be Leeds but we are capable of winning."
Since taking over the goalkeeping duties four matches ago the twenty-five year old 'keeper as lead the Bulls to two fine draws with a noticeable improvement in confidence. Against top of the table Leicester City they came close to squeezing out a point and Leeds should be forewarned that Herford would relish upsetting them in front of their home fans.