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However Once again Leeds United kicked off the season with an effective 3-1 victory to set pulses racing.
There wasn’t much surprise following their win at Bristol City on Sunday, but they earned plaudits for winning at a tough ground, while many are resigned to the Championship losing Leeds this term.
Leeds are looking like the force to fear in the Championship, with last weekend’s win laying down a marker.
The real test for Leeds is to play that well in March and April, but that doesn’t mean a good start isn’t important.
It really helped them last season, when Bielsa’s side started with an eight-game unbeaten run.
They scored twice in each of their first five Championship games last term, which fired Leeds towards the top of the table early on.
Forest aren’t getting that kind of start, although everything looked great for them for about 10 minutes on Saturday.
They took the lead against West Brom, only to find themselves 2-1 down at half-time and also full-time.
They went from early promise to a limp display 10 minutes in, which doesn’t bode well for this calibre of opposition.
Last term Forest conceded 13 times at the top five sides in the league, so imagine what Leeds could do if the visitors roll over easily once again.
Leeds hit 1.65 goals per game at home last term, while they were left short of their Expected Goals total by the end of the campaign.
Bielsa is working to improve them up front, but he knows that his side can fire in the goals, based on their great start last term.
Even if Leeds do slow down later in the campaign, we expect another great start from them.
Forest have conceded twice or more in seven of their last 10 away trips in the league while Leeds showed at the weekend that they can tear teams apart going forward.
Former Nottingham Forest striker Patrick Bamford has been well-travelled since leaving the City Ground for Chelsea
He’s now the man Leeds are building their promotion push around in attack. While Bamford has his critics, he did go through an injury-hit season last term.
His goal tally has been criticised, but his hit-rate of nine goals in 16 starts isn’t anything to be disappointed with
Meanwhile There’s another test for Bielsa and his team this weekend, as they host a Nottingham Forest side who need to post their first point on the board.