By MOT Leeds News speaking to Paul Robinson

7th May, 2022 | 6:00pm

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Paul Robinson is concerned that there’ll be too much pressure on Leeds United to win their last two games of the season.

Leeds have four matches left to stay in the Premier League but the first of those two see them pitted against top-four sides Arsenal and Chelsea.

As it stands, the Whites are 17th in the Premier League and just two points clear of the relegation zone.

However, Everton have a game in hand and, on paper, easier fixtures than Jesse Marsch’s side.

Robinson feels that Leeds cannot rely on their last two matches against Brighton and Brentford to stay up and suggests they need to go for the wins over Arsenal and Chelsea first.

“It’ll be an extremely tough game but Leeds have got to try and get something,” Robinson told MOT Leeds News.

They can’t be looking at the last two games because if you look at Brighton and Brentford, on paper, you’d think yes, they’re winnable games.

But if you’re adrift in the bottom three with two games to go, it doesn’t matter who you’re playing, the tension, the nervousness and anxiousness – it’s incredible.

They take on a different meaning and a different level of importance.

Leeds have just got to make sure that they’re out of the bottom three come the last two games – which is going to be a big ask.”

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