We look at Saturday's fixture.
Leeds United are back in Sky Bet Championship action on Saturday, looking to make it three games unbeaten in the division. The Whites head across the Pennines to Ewood Park to take on Blackburn Rovers, who after starting promisingly following the restart with a 3-1 victory over Bristol City, have suffered back to back defeats against Wigan Athletic and Barnsley. Rovers a currently five points adrift of the Play-Offs with six games to play, whilst Leeds are looking to extend the lead at the top.
Blackburn Rovers: Tony Mowbray
Leeds United: Marcelo Bielsa
Blackburn Rovers: 10th
Leeds United: 1st
Blackburn Rovers: DLWLL
Leeds United: WWLWD
Blackburn Rovers: Adam Armstrong (13)
Leeds United: Patrick Bamford (14)
Head to head
Blackburn Rovers wins: 32
Leeds United wins: 46
Last time at Ewood Park
Saturday 20th October 2018
Blackburn Rovers 2 (Graham 2, Lenihan 70)
Leeds United 1 (Klich 45+1)
Pablo Hernandez could be in contention to start after featuring from the bench in the last two games. Liam Cooper and Stuart Dallas were withdrawn with injuries on Tuesday against Luton, but are expected to feature. Ben Brereton is suspended after being sent off for Blackburn in defeat to Barnsley on Tuesday. Rovers have somewhat of an injury crisis. Amari'i Bell, Bradley Dack, Corry Evans, Joe Rankin-Costello, Lewis Travis and Derrick Williams all look set to be sidelined.
Referee - Robert Jones
Assistant Referee 1 - Shaun Hudson
Assistant Referee 2 - Akil Howson
Fourth Official - Darren Bond
The key battle
Charlie Mulgrew v Patrick Bamford
Experienced defender Mulgrew, now 34, will be at the heart of the defence for Rovers. Captained 44 times by Scotland, the cente-back will be looking to prevent Bamford from adding to his tally of 14 goals so far this season.
Blackburn Rovers: 17/4
Leeds United: 4/6
(Odds correct at time of article published)
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