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Dream November: Leeds United

Dream November: Leeds United
Leeds United have looked very promising so far this season as they continue to hunt down a promotion place in the Championship.

The Whites have established themselves as automatic promotion contenders under Marcelo Bielsa, but consistency has been a slight issue in recent times.

Indeed, the Championship club currently find themselves struggling on the injury front, with the likes of Barry Douglas, Luke Ayling and Gaetano Berardi all suffering recently. But, it’s up to the rest of the squad to ensure consistency in their absence, with other teams around them likely to pick up valuable points.

Interestingly, the month of November may decide Leeds United’s fate as they have the opportunity to move into pole position in the Championship, but things could also go horribly wrong at the same time.

With that in mind, here is the dream November for the Whites…

ROOFE DOUBLES HIS TALLY 

Kemar Roofe has been the standout performer for Leeds United in the Championship this season, with six goals and two assists to his name already, despite suffering an injury.

Indeed, the forward has netted in the Whites’ last two games and will be hungry to add to his tally after the controversy surrounding his goal against Nottingham Forest.

So, the Englishman could find himself challenging for the golden boot and firing Leeds into a promising position if he continues to go up the gears in the November.

RECLAIM POLE POSITION IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Leeds United have found themselves at the top of the tree this season, but a lack of consistency has seen them slip away from mounting an unassailable lead.

Indeed, it’s important that the Whites continue to pick up points to put pressure on the trailing pack and any teams that may be above them, with any slight slip-up possibly costing them in what is a very competitive division.

But, the month of November could prove to be a significant one in terms of their promotion push, as reclaiming top spot in the Championship would set the tone nicely for the rest of the campaign.

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