This is part of a regular series from our panel of Leeds United Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Elland Road and Thorp Arch.

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Seven wins in a row. 12 clean sheets from 21 games. 10 goals conceded. The best defensive record in the EFL. 11 points clear from third-placed Fulham. 

It really doesn’t get much better than this and Leeds are absolutely flying at the moment.

The best bit? They’re winning and keeping clean sheets even when they’re not playing that well – because the displays against Huddersfield and Hull were not the best. But scoring four, conceding none and picking up six points? That’s massive.

Who was the standout performer for Leeds on a wet, cold and windy night at Elland Road on Tuesday? Who forgot the chill and brought the fizz? And who couldn’t banish the winter blues and flopped for Leeds?

They’re the questions we asked our panel of Super Fans last night – and this is what they said.

Nick Howe (@NickHow07209652)

Tim Aubert (@TimAubert)

Lee Scott (@LeeScott321)

Adam Elliott (@adam_elliott118)

Barry Monaghan (@jbarrymon)

Archielufc (@archiedowns03)

Daryl (@DarylRS29)

Simon Gardner (@simamuofficial)

Adam Ross (@rossi_on)

Jordy Phillips (@JordyP1993)

Kiko Casilla gets the nod for man of the match, with honourable mentions for Gaetano Berardi and Luke Ayling.

Mateusz Klich shades it for the player who should have done better. He was guilty of some sloppy passes (he wasn’t the only one last night) and our Super Fans expect more.

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