Leeds United sit comfortably in twelfth place in the Championship table on 58 points with only two games left in what has been at times a largely frustrating season for the Whites.

Before a last day trip to Lancastrian rivals Preston North End, Leeds face already relegated Charlton in today’s last home game on a day designated as ‘Military Day’ at Elland Road.

In an event that involves the band of the Royal Dragoon Guards and a guard of honour formed by military personnel and selected youngsters from the club’s ‘Grassroots’ scheme, Leeds will be looking to end the home portion of the 2015/16 Championship campaign on a high before their planned lap of appreciation.

As with all football games, it isn’t just about the 90 minutes played out before the spectators – there’s much more to fooball than that.

This one started with hailstones, rain, sunshine, a bacon and sausage butty from ‘Jackie’s Butties’ and a delayed train to Leeds.

Leeds fans look forward to team news:

No Bellusci?

Team news


Game on


Play by play commentary moved to www.twitter.com/72_whites – sorry for the inconvenience but we’re experiencing poor contentions today.

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