Tomorrow’s match is our penultimate home game of the decade.
We go into the game on the back of 7 straight league victories, making Marcelo Bielsa only the second manager behind the great Don Revie to achieve such a feat twice.
The game tomorrow offers the chance to go one better and become only the second Leeds United manager since 1931/32 to achieve 8 consecutive league victories in the same season.
It was therefore no surprise to see him named as Championship Manager of the Month for November.
However, Bielsa is not one for personal accolades and passes the credit onto his team.
A team that are showing a togetherness and spirit that I haven’t seen before and one looking like they are not going to fail this time around.
The side is likely to remain unchanged from Tuesday night, with Liam Cooper unlikely to be risked until fully fit.
Cardiff, now led by former Millwall man Neil Harris, sit in 9th place and are still adjusting to Championship life following their relegation last season.
They have a number of injury concerns, including Junior Hoilett who limped off during their defeat to Brentford on Wednesday night.
Nevertheless, they will still pose a strong threat and can’t be taken lightly tomorrow.
Although it is hard to see any result other than all three points for Leeds.
In Bielsa and his boys we trust.