Bristol City



Good afternoon! It's the 9th and final Championship game of the weekend, Paul Heckingbottom takes charge of his first game at Elland Road as he faces the man he replaced at Barnsley, Lee Johnson & his Bristol City side

Leeds United haven't won since Boxing Day, losing 6 of the 8 games in all competitions since then. Bristol City's form doesn't make for much better reading, since the famous win over Manchester United, City have only won 2 in 11, and most recently threw away a 3 goal lead at home to relegation threatened Sunderland

Leeds United: Wiedwald, Anita, Pennington, Jansson, De Bock, Dallas, Forshaw, O'Kane, Hernandez, Ekuban, Lasogga Subs: Lonergan, Denton, Roofe, Alloski, Sacko, Phillips & Vieira

Bristol City: Fielding, Wright, Flint, Magnusson, Bryan, Brownhil, Smith, Pack, Kent, Reid & Diedhiou Subs: Steele, Kelly, Walsh, Paterson, DIony, Woodrow & Eliasson

Despite their recent form, Bristol City are still clinging onto a play-off place, 6th spot specifically, and with a win today would put themselves 11 points clear of Leeds, a gap that would probably rule them out of a chance to make the play-off spots

The teams are on their way out at Elland Road, can Bristol City end their torrid form in Leeds, or will Paul Heckingbottom get a win in his first home game in charge

1' It's Bristol City who get us underway, although the ball goes straight out of play

Don Goodman has described this as a cup final for Leeds' play-off chances, can't wait to remind a few Leeds fans of that this evening should they lose

3' Leeds have the first attack of the game, Ekuban tries to feed Dallas through but Bryan intercepts and clears

5' Dallas races down the right and fires a shot on target but FIelding palms it away. Leeds on top early