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‘Is that a genuine question?’ – Who will finish higher Leeds United or Sheff Wed? The verdict



Yorkshire sides dominate the Championship with four out of the top six coming from the county, with Sheffield United recently leapfrogging the long-term leaders Leeds United, going into the international break.

Leeds are now in third just four points ahead of another Yorkshire powerhouse Sheffield Wednesday, who have climbed the table rapidly following a slow start to the season.

But who will finish higher come the end of the season Leeds or Sheffield Wednesday?

We discuss…..

Jacob Potter

Without a doubt, Bielsa’s side will finish higher than Sheffield Wednesday this season.

Bielsa has reignited the fight in a Leeds team that the clubs supporters have not seen in the side since the Premier League days.

Although the Sheffield Wednesday will be pushing for a top six finish, I can see Leeds getting promoted in one of the automatic promotion places.

Gary Hutchinson

Is that a genuine question?

Sheffield Wednesday are building after a tough year, but there’s no way they’ll be above Leeds.

If you finish above Leeds this season you’re in the promotion frame, no doubt.

Jos Luhukay is good, but he’s not that good.

Jay Taylor

Leeds will definitely finish above Sheffield Wednesday.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men still have a poor run in them somewhere along the season so the extent of that will depend on how many places about their rivals they finish.

It could be closer than many imagine.

But I see Leeds trumping Wednesday.

George Dagless

Leeds should.

If Leeds stay relatively injury-free they should go up this season.

They play better football than anyone else and every game I’ve seen pretty much they have controlled the football.

I like Wednesday and think they’ll go well this year but Leeds should finish higher.

Louie Chandler

I think this will be a much closer battle than it looks at the moment.

I am sceptical as to whether Leeds can keep up their current style and think they will drop out of the automatic running.

They will be in the top six, however, and expect Wednesday to push for it as well.

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