After two successive draws Leeds returned to its winning ways with a 4-0 demolition of relegation threatened Yeovil Town. With their sixth win in a row at Elland Road, the Whites returned to the playoff position as they head into the final ten matches of the campaign.
With a midfield led by youthful troops Jonny Howson, Fabian Delph and Robert Snodgrass servicing Jermaine Beckford and Argentine maestro Luciano Becchio, Leeds went on the attack with ruthless intent. After a blasé opening, Leeds found the mark five minutes before the half hour via the workmanship of Ben Parker as the young defender found Jermaine Beckford at the back post for a professional goal. After another Leeds goal was called back Neil Kilkenny victimized Yeovil' keeper Joshua Wagenaar striking from twenty-five metres. Crushing the pedal down, Leeds scored twice before the hour, with Neil Kilkenny and Jonny Howson providing Jermaine Beckford for his second and third goal. The Whites missed doubling the margin later in the match as Luciano's penalty strike with nineteen minutes remaining went astray however without further mark the match concluded.
Well on course, Leeds was running on all cylinders against Yeovil Town, clearly through the strength of a youthful invigorated midfield.