Date: 10th November 2007 at 5:29pm
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Over 1,700 Swindon Town fans will be ‘marching on together’ to Elland Road on Saturday but who will win the game? Cast your vote now!

Leeds United managed under traitor Dennis Wise have had a fantastic start to the season despite starting the season on -15 points.

United have been incredible at home and are heavy favourites to win the fixture next week. United are yet to lose at Elland Road this season.

Have your say on whether you think Swindon will win by voting in our poll on the right hand side of the screen.

 

9 Replies to “NEW POLL: Leeds V Swindon Town”

  • You may be taking 1700 fans to Elland Road but will your players be able to handle the atmosphere of 30,000 Leeds fans? Could be quite a physical game and I expect sendings off.

  • Will be a very difficult match however we took it to you in the Carling Cup during the 2003/04 season. I would imagine the atmosphere to be rocking. Cant see us handing Leeds their first home loss given our current form but hey.

  • I went to both Carling cup games, and we gave as good as we got in both – and Leeds were in a higher league then. If anything in the 2-2 game our players rose to the occasion and deserved to win. Stupid Paul Robinson.

  • Wisey stood up to the pressure of their fans baying for him to be sacked – now he’s a hero…. funny ol game ain’t it…. I think Swindon gained a more suitable manager in Paul S in the move too. I think we will do well to draw with currents forms in mind, be good to see that Ken Bates face if we nick all 3 points though, can’t stand that person. I have some respect for Wisey though he’s a good motivator.

  • Leeds always seem to score at the very end of the game so lets hope our back 4 are at their best. I genuinly believe we can walk away with a draw but it won’t be easy.

  • I think with the injuries we have it may spur the others on to go the extra yard and we may sneak a draw..

  • Going to be a tough game for you and with so many injuries you would do well to come away with a point.

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