Elland Road. Saturday at 3pm. It’s been a while.
In many ways it doesn’t seem real and it will be incredibly strange to watch on television as the team run out to Marching On Together.
It is certainly not the circumstances we all wanted, but a win will take us one step closer to the promised land.
It’s evident the club have been working hard this week to try and recreate some of the atmosphere from a Leeds United game with the now infamous 15,000 ‘crowdies’ in place and the crowd chants.
This game has always been seen as one of the key fixtures and now even more so with both teams go into the game on the back on 2 nil defeats. A win tomorrow and we go 10 points clear of Fulham with seven games left.
Last week showed just how vital Pablo Hernandez is to the team, so hopefully he will play some part in the match tomorrow after returning to training earlier this week but otherwise, there are likely to be no changes from last week.
Fulham are unlikely to make any major changes either, the one likely change might see Ivan Cavaleiro start from the outset.
I am confident the response will come from Leeds tomorrow and we will be one game and 3 points nearer.
8 games to go.