Leeds United host Queens Park Rangers today in the final match of the 2017-18 season. Neither QPR or Leeds have really anything to play for, as both teams are mired in mid-table mediocrity.
Leeds will be hoping for a repeat of the victory earlier in the season at Loftus Road, where Kemar Roofe scored a hat trick and the team sailed to a good result, back when Leeds fans still dreamed of the playoffs and had happiness in their lives.
Check out our final match preview of the season before the match and while you’re waiting for the match to start, give the latest Mighty Whites Podcast a listen.
The match will be shown on LUTV and will not feature on TV anywhere. Dodgy streams will likely be available, if you’re into that sort of thing, otherwise tune into BBC Radio Leeds to hear what’s going down.
If Sam Dalby isn't in the squad on Sunday I am going to be so very annoyed. #lufc #MOT— Mighty Whites Pod (@mightywhitespod) May 4, 2018
Honestly, the only part of this match I’m looking forward to is if some of the U23s get a chance to come out and play, but I fear that Paul Heckingbottom won’t be playing most of them as he’ll be looking for a win to keep his job. At least Bailey Peacock-Farrell, winner of the Young Player of the Year Award, will be starting between the sticks. Sam Dalby, Ryan Edmondson, Tom Pearce, Paudie O’Connor, and Bryce Hosannah should all get a chance, but we’ll be lucky to see more than one or two of them from our “works well with kids” head coach.
EDIT: Here are the lineups
| Your #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:-— Leeds United (@LUFC) May 6, 2018
Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Jansson, Cooper (c), Pearce, Forshaw, Vieira, Phillips, Alioski, Roofe, Ekuban pic.twitter.com/4Wu0DMh3Mi
| How @QPRFC will lineup today... pic.twitter.com/lqhSwam897— Leeds United (@LUFC) May 6, 2018
At this point in the season, that lineup is garbage.