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Clearly, Leeds failed to make it two wins from two at the weekend, as they were pegged back by a defiant Forest side.
And of course After that disappointing result, Marco Bielsa’s men will be hoping to resume winning ways.
Salford come into this match off the back of a disappointing defeat, though Graham Alexander’s men probably won’t be feeling too down.
They’re now back on their own patch, where they recently delivered a very strong performance to beat Stevenage.
If they can repeat such levels against what is likely to be a less than full strength Leeds team then there’s no reason as to why the Ammies can’t get a positive result.
There really was plenty to like about Salford’s opening-day effort at home; they were productive in possession
five of which hit the target, while they also did an excellent job of restricting their opponents, as they gave away
Leeds were very good away from home on the opening day, as they beat Bristol City by three goals to one.
On that occasion, players such as Pablo Hernandez and Patrick Bamford reminded both the fans in attendance and viewers of Sky Sports of their quality.
Under Marco Bielsa, Leeds have become a side that dazzles the crowd with neat passing moves, though as their game against Nottingham Forest proved
they can still be frustrated, while they’re not the most difficult team to get at, especially from set pieces.
Between this pair, there’s a gap in quality. If both turned up at full strength, then it would be a surprise if the visitors were to fail.
However, with Leeds’ primary aim being automatic promotion, they’re unlikely to be too heavily focused on this fixture.
Last term, Bielsa made a point of rotating in this competition, so it would be a surprise if first-team regulars such as Hernandez
In contrast, Salford are likely to avoid switching things up too much, as they look to right the wrongs of Saturday’s defeat.
The hosts will also want to make a positive impression in their first ever EFL Cup match in front of what should be a sell-out crowd.
All things considered, it’s very easy to feel that the hosts are overpriced.
They do operate well below the standard of Leeds, but after delivering an excellent performance in their first home game of the season
However Salford were also unsuccessful second time out, as they lost away against Crawley, so they too will be hoping for a change of luck.