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Obviously, Leeds were frustrated again in midweek, meaning they’ve taken just four points from a possible nine since the restart.
And with six games to play and Brentford moving within six points of them, the fight for promotion is far from over.
Blackburn Rovers have slipped five points off the playoffs, which does leave them on the fringes of the top six race.
Consecutive defeats have seen them fall too far behind, while another defeat this weekend could spell the end of their chances of sneaking into sixth.
While there is pressure on Bielsa’s side, it’s worth remembering that they are on course for the title.
While West Brom cut their lead to a point at the top of the table this week, only Wigan have more points across the last eight games than Leeds.
The league leaders are also among the best away sides in the division picking up 34 points from their 20 trips so far.
The best thing for Leeds here is the side they’re facing. Tony Mowbray has built a Blackburn side who like to play the ball around and create chances.
Leeds United come into this clash having lost to a Cardiff side who sat deep and struggled to break down Luton.
They had plenty of chances in both games, but not enough clear-cut opportunities. Fulham opened up at Elland Road and invited Bielsa’s side to victory.
They’ve won once in seven games, a 3-1 victory over a Bristol City side who took the lead in that clash before quickly fading.
The home side, Blackburn Rovers of course are coming off the back of a run of three defeats to nil in four matches
While this is a Leeds United side who have actually scored in 80% of their games, keeping a clean sheet in 45%.
The visitors need to seize this chance for a victory, while they can build on their great record against Blackburn.
Leeds have won six of the last seven meetings between these two and we’re backing them to do the same again on Saturday.
However, with fears of a repeat of last season’s late collapse, Marcelo Bielsa needs to make sure his side are back on track with a win at Blackburn.