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Leeds look good to continue promotion push
Championship promotion hopefuls Leeds and Derby meet on Friday and both sides are desperate for a potentially vital three points.

The Whites' recent form has prompted suggestions of a sleeping giant stirring while the Rams have been in and around the top six for a number of seasons and will hope it is finally their year.

Garry Monk has impressed since taking over at Elland Road in the summer and his side currently find themselves fifth in the table, with just one defeat in their last eight outings.

Their home form has been particularly impressive this season, winning eight of their last ten, and they are n/a to add to that tally.

Another victory against one of their rivals for the play-off places would undoubtedly increase the optimism surrounding their promotion charge and Monk is likely to bring back a number of his stars after resting them for Monday's FA Cup win at Cambridge.

Derby chief Steve McClaren has also made an impact since returning to the iPro Stadium in October and his side currently sit seventh in the table.

They will head up the M1 full of confidence after beating West Brom in the FA Cup last weekend although their Championship form was not the best during the festive period.

Two draws and a defeat from their four games saw them lose ground on some of their rivals but they will be desperate to get back on track in the league and are n/a to claim the points.

With so much to play for, both managers are likely to set their teams up in a way that makes them extra difficult to beat. It means a draw at n/a could be on the cards, especially with them sharing the spoils in this fixture last term.

The caginess of the clash may lead to a low-scoring affair and under 2.5 goals might also be the way to go.

Leeds' home form means they are hard to look past and it could well prove to be another case of Monk's men marching on together up the table.

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