Player who rejected Leeds United has just had huge impact on promotion race this week – Viewv

Ldees United remains in second place as Ipswich Town and Southampton completed their games in hand on Tuesday night, with both receiving doubtful results.

The Whites did their job last Saturday, defeating a determined Plymouth Argyle team 2-0 and keeping their seventh clean sheet in a succession, bringing Daniel Farke’s league record to eight consecutive victories.

Leeds face their biggest test in a long time on Friday night when they visit Leicester City at Elland Road, hoping to close the gap on top position.

Leeds remained in the top two during the weekend, but all eyes were on Tuesday night’s fixtures, with both Southampton and Ipswich Town playing in-hand on Leeds.

Leeds United could test waters at promotion rival in off-field turmoil with  January bid for 25-y/o - View - LeedsAllOverThe Saints welcomed Hull City at St Mary’s in a difficult match against another side hoping to be in the Premier League next season, aiming for a top six finish.

Liam Rosenior’s side produced another great performance, defeating Russell Martin’s men 2-1 away from home to maintain Leeds’ two-point lead over Southampton.

Player who rejected Leeds United has just had huge impact on promotion race  this week - View - LeedsAllOver
In other news, Ipswich Town defeated struggling Rotherham 4-3 at Portman Road, thanks to a last-gasp goal.

Scoring Hull Attacking midfielder Fabio Carvalho scored City’s second goal last night, his second in Tigers colours since signing on loan from Liverpool.
Carvalho was a sought man in the January transfer window following his recall by RB Leipzig, with Leeds and Southampton also interested in the youngster.

The player and Liverpool chose rejected Leeds in favour of the MKM Stadium because to the promises of playing time, and in doing so, he indirectly boosted Leeds’ promotion ambitions by taking maximum points away from the Saints.

There is still a long way to go in the promotion campaign, but Leeds is currently in second place and has successfully bridged the gap to those above them, which is a significant psychological milestone for all of the clubs involved.

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