Wednesday bounced back from three successive league defeats with an impressive FA Cup victory away at Brighton last weekend.
The Owls will be looking to take the positives from the 1-0 win at The Amex into another tough encounter at Elland Road.
It’s a big challenge on Saturday for Garry Monk’s men, who face a Leeds side top of the table and in strong form.
On home soil, the Whites have won seven, drawn four and lost just one game.
The two sides met back in October in front of the Sky Sports cameras and drew 0-0 in an entertaining clash at Hillsborough.
SWFC: Steven Fletcher has been ruled out for eight to 10 weeks after suffering a knee injury at Brighton last week.
Liam Palmer (ankle) is expected to return to training next week.
Fernando Forestieri (knee) has also stepped up his return to fitness and is set to be on the training field next week.
Barry Bannan and Sam Hutchinson could return to the starting XI after missing the Brighton cup clash.
Leeds: Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla will return to the team after being rested on Monday for the FA Cup trip to Arsenal.
Midfielder Pablo Hernandez (hamstring) is back in training after missing Leeds’ last four outings.
The Spaniard last featured on 21 December in the 2-1 defeat away at Fulham.
Pre-match press conferences
Steven Fletcher: 12 goals
Patrick Bamford: 10 goals
Owls fans at Elland Road
In order to ensure a speedy and safe entry into the ground, LUFC respectfully ask fans not to bring any bags to the stadium. This fixture is a sell out for the away section, so please do not travel unless you have a ticket.
This year the club have lost over 800 car park spaces due to work being carried out by Leeds City Council, fans are advised to travel by train or arrive early to ensure you can park.
Alternatively there is a large car park on Whitehall Road run by Citiparks.
Leeds United operates a full search regime including dogs, for the safety of spectators coming to the ground, and ask that you arrive early to ensure everyone is in before kick-off.
Sheffield Wednesday are reminding supporters of their conduct whilst following the team both at Hillsborough and away from home.
The launching of missiles from the stands, including pyrotechnics, are criminal offences to which the club has a zero tolerance policy.
Offensive or unlawful chanting could result in ejection from the stadium and further action from the club and/or relevant authorities.
iFollow commentary will be brought to you by Rob O’Neill and John Pearson.
Supporters overseas can watch the game live with enhanced multi-camera coverage for the 2019/20 season.
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Last meeting – 26 October 2019
Last five v Leeds
Owls 0-0 Leeds - 26 October 2019 - Championship
Leeds 1-0 Owls- 13 April 2019 - Championship
Owls 1-1 Leeds - 28 September 2018 – Championship
Leeds 1-2 Owls - 17 March 2018 – Championship
Owls 3-0 Leeds- 1 October 2017 - Championship