There are no tickets left for the game on Saturday. This sort of article is becoming a regular occurrence but for now I am certainly not getting bored of writing it. The game against Ipswich is another home sell-out and from the upper east to the lower west fans will be packed into Elland Road.

There will be seats left however as Ipswich Town have only sold around 700 tickets for the game. Mick McCarthy and his side have had a decent start to the season but have tailed off in recent weeks, still sitting comfortable in the top half of the table. I tipped them to go down and I still think they will end up down the table but they have surprised many by having such a good start. If we match their effort which is their biggest strength we have enough to beat them with our quality, if not we will struggle and going a goal down to an away Mick McCarthy side is never a good idea.

The stadium will be bouncing, another midweek win over Burnley has lifted the spirits after the poor performance and 1-0 defeat in London away at Millwall on Saturday. Elland Road has been electric this season and the fans are flocking back every week at the moment, young fans will be wanting to come to Elland Road rather than watching the premier League sides on the TV every week and that is great for the future of Leeds United. When we do get back to the Premier League, hopefully sooner rather than later getting a ticket will become next to impossible.

About Author

Born in Gibraltar, raised in Scotland from a very young age. Been a huge fan of Leeds United since I could walk and talk, thanks to my Dad, the English half of me. After a few years in Australia I moved to Leeds, the trips from Scotland down to the city a few times a season didn't cut it. Love the city. Love the people, and the 12 hour round trip to Elland Road is about a 20 minute round trip. Love writing about the club, the more I write the more I feel comfortable doing it. As long as it's enjoyable I'll continue to do so, keep looking to step it up and progress as well. Leeds United is more than just a football team for me, as is it with so many others.

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