Leeds take on QPR on Sunday afternoon in the FA Cup third round, with some big changes due, served by suspensions and injuries.
Leeds United were sent crashing out of the FA Cup in embarrassing fashion on Sunday at the hands of non-league Sutton United.
A lapse in communication led to Leeds United's downfall against non-league Sutton United, but now Monk’s men can focus on Premier League glory.
The magic of the FA Cup continues in this 4th Round tie, as the Whites head to London to knock out another minnow.
Leeds travel to non-league Sutton hoping to progress to the FA Cup 5th Round for the 3rd time in 5 years on Sunday.
A much-changed starting XI started against Cambridge in the FA Cup on Monday night, and out of six fringe players given the chance, did any give Garry Monk a conundrum in terms of his selection ahead of the Derby game?
Another sluggish first half eventually comes good as Leeds United drag themselves into the FA Cup fourth round.
Goals from Alex Mowatt and Stuart Dallas turn around an awful first half and see Leeds on to the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
With the promotion hunt on the minds of most, Leeds United travels to Cambridge to face off in the final match of the third round.
With most of the usuals set for a spot on the bench, we look at a few reserves who need to step up and prove their worth against Cambridge.
Our United will need to be ready on Monday night to avoid being on the wrong end of an FA Cup result.
Thousands of Leeds fans will head for Bolton's Macron Stadium for the FA Cup 4th Round clash, will Steve Evans' men deliver a win?