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16/04/2018 - 21:33 GMT

It’s Big Derby Isn’t It – Barnsley Star Steeled For Leeds United Test

 




Barnsley defender Liam Lindsay believes that survival in the Championship is in his side's own hands and for that they need to win all their matches, starting with Leeds United on Saturday.

The Tykes are in desperate need of points as they find themselves in the relegation zone, two points adrift of safety.




This weekend's 2-2 draw against fellow strugglers Bolton Wanderers was a positive sign for Lindsay and his team, though he insists that the draw must not be a one-off result as they try to continue to win.

The match against the Whites is even more significant given the fact that it will give the Barnsley players the chance to come up against their former manager Paul Heckingbottom, who is currently at the helm at Elland Road.

 


“We just need to win, it doesn’t matter who we’re playing against or who is the manager", Lindsay told his club's official website.  

"I’m grateful he brought me to the club but that’s it now and we just need to go there and get the points for us. It’s a big game."

Heaping praise on their manager Jose Morais, Lindsay said: “Jose has been fine with us all since he’s come in, everyone has respect for him as he’s a great guy and we’ve done decent enough under him.

"It’s hard for him to come in the way we find ourselves in but everyone is completely behind him and we need to keep going.

“It’s a big derby isn’t it, but it doesn’t really matter who we play now, we just need to win and that’s our focus.”


Leeds on the other hand have problems of their own to sort out, having lost three out of their last four matches, drawing the other one.