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Copy from Football Unlimited of 22/01/2006.
The race to see who will join runaway leaders Reading in the Premiership next season would be a hell of a lot closer if it wasn't for Leeds United's knack of losing to the Championships so-called weaker sides.
Last Saturday's reverse at Brighton had been the latest in a growing list of defeats against clubs battling to beat the drop, a trend that began in September with defeat to Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. If Kevin Blackwell's men were serious about pipping the steel city's other team to second place, this was one opportunity they simply couldn't afford to pass up.
Thanks largely to a performance by Wednesday that was tepid, Leeds didn't. That said, this Yorkshire derby had 0-0 written all over it until the latter stages, when the home side finally broke down the visitors' stubborn yet unadventurous 4-5-1 formation to keep the pressure on Sheffield United, twelve points ahead but over whom they have a game in hand.