With the Championship season resuming towards the end of June, Leeds United and their rivals have been given less than three weeks to prepare by the EFL.
There have been many teams that have openly disagreed with that decision, but the Whites remain eager to crack on with it and earn promotion to the Premier League.
It has been reported that top-flight clubs and rivals such as West Brom are looking to arrange friendlies in the build-up to the resumption of league action.
Paul Robinson claimed that Marcelo Bielsa’s men will be looking to do the same in the next three weeks, and suggested that games against Rotherham and Doncaster would be ideal preparation.
It is suggested that West Brom could either play Premier League sides or Championship teams that they have already played twice this season – could this be an option for the Whites?
We asked our esteemed panel of Super Fans which option they would prefer or what they would propose to get the squad ready for the restart.
This is what they said…
The general response was there will be no harm in playing a couple of games to prepare for the restart in less than three weeks.
Match fitness will be key, and Bielsa will leave no stone unturned in getting his squad ready. Sessions like murderball will help, but that won’t be able to replicate the competitiveness of a real matchday like a friendly could.
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