LEEDS United travel to npower Championship high fliers West Ham United tomorrow, Sunday, hot on the heels of celebrating their first win of the season in midweek.
United’s first three points of the campaign came from a 4-1 home victory over Hull City on Tuesday evening - a result that manager Simon Grayson described as “massive”.
The Leeds boss will be hoping to build momentum with another league win this weekend but he faces a stern test on Sunday with a visit to Sam Allardyce’s West Ham United, who have bounced back from an opening day defeat to Cardiff City with away wins at Doncaster and Watford.
Leeds continue their Carling Cup campaign on Tuesday with a second round tie at Doncaster.
Meanwhile, Barnsley are chasing their first win of the season after a miserable week in which they have suffered home defeats to Southampton and Middlesbrough.
Tykes boss Keith Hill will be desperate to halt the bad run of results today, Saturday, when the Reds travel to Reading who sustained their first league defeat of the season on Tuesday evening - going down 1-0 at Portsmouth.
In League One, Lee Clark’s Huddersfield Town remain unbeaten but they have yet to savour a league victory.
That’s a situation they will hope to change today when Colchester United visit the Galpharm Stadium.
United go into the game having suffered their first defeat of the season at home to league leaders Charlton in midweek.
The Terriers return to Carling Cup action on Tuesday with a second round clash at Cardiff City.
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