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QPR, one of the favourites for promotion, have so far lived up to the billing winning three and drawing one of the opening four games.
Harry Redknapp’s side crashed out of the Capital one cup 2-0 at home to Swindon midweek but with the focus promotion the former Spurs manager will not be too concerned ahead of the clash with Leeds.
Redknapp looks set to include Joey Barton in his starting line-up after midfielder turned down a move to Crystal Palace midweek.
Rob Green, Richard Dunne, Karl Henry and Gary O’Neill should all start after missing the midweek loss to Swindon. Andrew Johnson came off the bench in that game but he should line up alongside summer signing Charlie Austin in attack with Bobby Zamora on the bench.
Meanwhile Brian McDermott’s Leeds side have also made an unbeaten start to the season winning two and drawing 2 of their opening 4 games to currently sit in the final play off place.
Wins over Brighton and Ipswich sandwiched in between draws with promotion rivals Leices-ter and Sheffield Wednesday have raised hopes of a return to the Premier League in York-shire.
The feel-good factor compounded even further by impressive wins over Chesterfield and Doncaster in the Capital One Cup and Leeds Chairman Salah Nooruddin wants the fans to share in the mood that currently surrounds the club.
Despite the positive start to the season only 23,766 turned up to for the club’s last league home game with Wednesday and Noorunddin wants to see an improved turn out on Saturday.
“Saturday will be a fantastic occasion,” Nooruddin told the club’s official website.
“We have made a good start to the season and the chance to go top of the table, even if it is only for a few hours, is a huge incentive for everyone.
“The game is televised and we know there will be a worldwide audience watching, but we would urge as many Leeds fans as possible to come down to Elland Road and get behind the team and show everyone what this club is all about when we come together.
“The atmosphere generated at the Brighton game on the opening day played no small part in helping the team secure that win.”
Scott Wotton will hope he is now watching from the bench as bids to keep his place in the side after making a goal scoring debut in the 3-1 win over Doncaster midweek.
In-form Ross McCormack, the subject of a failed bid by Middlesbrough, meanwhile will be hoping he can keep his red-hot streak in front of goal going. The striker added to his 3 championship goals midweek with the crucial final goal in the Doncaster win.
McDermott also hopes to be able to call on the services of right back Sam Byram after the youngster came through a development game midweek.
The last time these two sides met was in the Championship with Leeds winning both games, 2-1 at Loftus Road and 2-0 in front of their own fans.