The Championship continues with Leeds v Sheffield Wed live streaming and the latest odds from Elland Road.
Unbeaten Leeds welcomes winless Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday looking to maintain their strong start to the season.
An opening day win over Brighton was followed up by a hard fought draw away to Leicester with Rudy Austin impressing in the middle of the park for Brian McDermott’s men.
Wednesday meanwhile has made a poor start to the season losing both their opening games and crashing out of the Capital One Cup.
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The mood around Sheffield mood does not look set to improve anytime soon with Chairman Milan Mandaric admitting that David Jones is going to do more wheeling and dealing if he wants to add to the squad.
The former Leicester owner also revealed that he is ready to sell the club in order to spend more time with his family and focus on his other commitments.
The Serbian soothed the mood somewhat when he announced that he was in talks with interested parties and while Owls fans would welcome investment it is unlikely that Jones will get a transfer kitty before the end of the transfer window.
One man who has been signed however is Khalil Lambin but the former Ergotelis star not quite ready for the first team just yet and instead will work with the development squad while striker Gary Madine will not be available for first team selection until after his upcoming crown court trial.
The 22 year old is due in court to face charges of assaulting a man in a Sheffield City centre night club.
Wednesday, who have a poor record away to Leeds winning just 9 games from 42 visits to Elland Road will also be without the suspended Jermaine Johnson while Joe Mattock is injured.
It’s not all doom and gloom however with Reda Johnson and Lewis Buxton returning to the squad after injury while Giles Coke is also available after missing last weekend’s defeat to Burnley with a virus.
Leeds boss Brian McDermott has the luxury of a fully fit squad with El Hadji Diouf back in contention after a shin injury while highly rated defender Sam Byram is also fit after a recent hip injury.
The Lilywhites are odds against to take all the points in this one at 6/5, while the away win for Sheffield Wed can be backed at 11/4. The stalemate is 5/2.
This one kicks off at Elland Road at 12.15 GMT.