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12/10/2017 - 16:55 BST

We’re Ready – Leeds United Hitman Banking On Home Form To Sink Reading

 




Leeds United striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga is banking on his side’s home form ahead of Saturday’s game against Reading.

The Yorkshire’s giants have stumbled after a good start to the season and have dropped down to fifth in the Championship after losing three of their last four league games.




However, all those defeats came on the road and Leeds have continued to remain a tough team to come up against when they have the backing of the Elland Road faithful at home.

And Lasogga is hopeful that their performances at home thus far will give them confidence against Reading on Saturday as they look to get back to winning ways after back-to-back losses.

 


The striker told LUTV: “I think we are ready.  

“We have been playing very well at home so I am hopeful that we will do it on Saturday again.

“I hope we can show our best on Saturday and get the win.”


Leeds are on 20 points at the moment and are yet to lose a game at home this season.

The one win in their last four league games came at Elland Road when they beat Ipswich Town last month.