Leeds United’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Queens Park Rangers at Elland Road could be heading for a home sell-out according to The Whites’ official club sources.

The West Yorkshire outfit are currently sitting in second place in the league table, just one point behind leaders Norwich City.

Mid-table QPR are the visitors to Elland Road this weekend, opponents who home side Leeds United will hope to beat as they look to push to extend the gap between themselves and the play-off places in the Sky Bet Championship.

The latest ticket update issued by the club has stated that less than 800 tickets remain for the home areas of the ground meaning that there is a chance that Marcelo Bielsa’s side could be backed by a sell-out home crowd. The only availability is in the East Stand. The East Stand Lower has just a few tickets remaining while all other unsold tickets are in the East Stand Upper.

Leeds United have been backed by some big crowds for their other recent weekend home matches. A crowd of 34,308 were packed inside Elland Road as The Whites took on Nottingham Forest while 34,333 watched the 2-0 home win over Bristol City.

The biggest crowd of the season at Elland Road so far came in August when Leeds United recorded an attendance of 35,417 for the fixture against promotion rivals Middlesbrough.


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