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View from the Terrace: Stoke City v Leeds

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Leeds United head to Stoke City this weekend as they look to stay at the top of the Championship tree.

The Whites are looking impressive at the moment and fans will hope that this is the year but, of course, there is a long way to go.

Stoke up next, then, and so we spoke to Tom Bradley from I’d Radebe Leeds to look ahead to the game…

1. Eddie Nketiah is off the mark in the league now too, and Bielsa has hinted at using him and Bamford together – could you see that working?

You only need to rewatch the goal against Brentford to see that it can work. They both make different runs and the Brentford defender who was stuck in limbo didn’t know where to place himself. They both bring different attributes so I’d be all for it.

2. Top of the league, Leeds are looking good already. Are there any issues you’d like to see resolved though?

At home we need to be more clinical. I think the expectation of the crowd and the way away teams set up can upset our rhythm. If we can see games out two or three-nil at home then we should be up there come the end of the season.

3. We’ve seen a fair deal of praise for Jack Harrison so far this season, has his level increased noticeably from last season?

He looks sharper and is involved with the ball much more. We are seeing the benefit of him being in his second season with us. More settled and more confident, he could be a big player for us this season.

4. Stoke away next and they are struggling, do they have any threats that you think could still cause a problem though?

They have plenty of threats. We have to be careful when playing a team who is bottom of the league but should be much higher. Something has to give for Stoke, but I’m hoping we add to their misery.

5. Score prediction

Stoke 1 Leeds 2


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