Date:Saturday March 7 2009
After Leeds dropped more points on the road against Bristol Rovers, Simon Grayson has challenged his team to go unbeaten for the rest of the season.
Leeds looked like they was going to take all three points but a last minute goal by Rovers substitute Joe Kuffour left them frustrated with just a point and outside the play offs once again.
The problems that have dogged Leeds all season still continue to persist, they have only kept one clean sheet in the last six and have won only three of their previous fourteen league games, hardly the form of a side that are chasing promotion!
Thankfully Leeds home form has kept them in the hunt for the play offs but with games running out their form seriously needs to pick up on the road if they are to make the play off stages.
Leeds next away game is at in form Crewe Alexandra and they still have to travel to league leaders Leicester City before the end of the season.
Grayson knows they can afford no more slip ups, speaking on ITV`s website he said: 'We`ve said that we need to go on a run now until the end of the season unbeaten and that will get us into the play-offs.
Leeds now have two home games against lowly Yeovil Town and Swindon Town, two games they cannot afford to drop points in if they are to get back into the play offs.
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