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Championship leaders Burnley will hope to move another step closer to a return to the Premier League when they take on Leeds at Turf Moor on Saturday.
The Clarets currently lead the way by one point from second place Middlesbrough with third place Brighton a further point behind.
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Despite winning 6 and drawing four of their last 10 games, a run that puts as the form team in the league, an automatic promotion place is still not assured and any slip ups in their final 6 games will be punished.
Their status as leaders of the division, a mantle only assumed in recent weeks following capitulations by Middlesbrough, Brighton and Hull, means they are a target for rivals and Leeds will be no different.
Despite sitting 19th in the table, 19 points off the play-off places and with little to play for, their manager Steve Evans has promised his side will give it their all on Saturday.
“I think the one thing about Leeds United as a football club, from outside of it having been outside of it for most of my life, and being inside it recently, is the great integrity about it in terms of the team over the years” Evan told reporters in the build up to the game.
“And we have to make sure that we offer that integrity to Middlesbrough football club, to Hull, to Brighton, to Derby, to anyone who is fighting for those top two positions to make sure we go and produce a performance.
“Last time we had an opportunity to play against a team in the top six on the television we were alarmingly poor”
Evans has goalkeeper Marco Silvestri available after suspension while midfielder Liam Bridcutt is doubtful due to a thigh strain. Sol Bamba is fit again after illness but may miss out to Giuseppe Bellusci.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has no fresh injury problems to contend with following the 0-0 draw with Cardiff on Tuesday with long-term absentee Lukas Jutkiewicz the only player to miss out.