We welcome fourth placed QPR to Elland Road tomorrow and with just 5 points and 3 goals from our last four games, a win would be welcome.
Not that we are in a desperate state. Whilst we have not hit the heights of last year, we are picking up points and should results go our way, we could finish tomorrow top of the league once again.
QPR have had two days less to prepare for this game and play on the back of a 3-1 loss to Brentford so this could be the game we need to get back on track.
The omens are good for both a win and goals; the last time we played QPR at home in November, we won 6-1! Thanks to Mick for that stat!
We are likely to see changes to the side tomorrow as there are injury doubts over Alioski, Douglas and Bamford.
Bamford is looking doubtful with an ankle injury and so it seems likely that Eddie Nketiah will start upfront. If Alioski and Douglas are ruled out, we will see a change at left-back, with a possible start for Leif Davis or Stuart Dallas.
Liam Cooper and Jamie Shackleton have both been passed fit to play along with Pablo Hernandez. We have missed his flair and game-changing abilities in the last few weeks and the Spaniard will be a welcome sight tomorrow.
Marcelo Bielsa has a few things to work out ahead of tomorrow but one thing we know for certain… he will be prepared.