Following the powerful 4-0 defeat of Yeovil Town, Leeds welcomes Swindon Town to Elland Road. While Leeds presently hold fifth in the League One table, their position is far from secure as they have played an extra match on seventh place Scunthorpe United who are only two points behind. With this in-mind, it should be no surprise that manager Simon Grayson has called upon maximal commitment by the Whites and win out their remaining schedule.
Swindon Town is precisely the type of club Leeds wants to face right now as they have won once in the last five matches and last won on the road in the last week of December. Danny Wilson's sputtering side have shown problems in the attack and are in for the long fight to avoid relegation. However in their defense or at least cause for concern, Leeds has shown a lack of killer instinct against lower table sides and cannot go lightly in the match.
Leeds has no injury problems and based upon Simon Grayson's previous tactical plans he will utilize the same approach as this past week with the midfield led by Jonny Howson, Fabian Delph and Robert Snodgrass servicing Jermaine Beckford and Argentine maestro Luciano Becchio.
Enjoy the match and as always I will report on it as it concludes but until then we're Marching on Together.