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09/01/2019 - 20:07 BST

We’ll Go At Leeds United And I Fancy Us – Former Derby County Star


Former Derby County defender Marc Edworthy has warned Leeds United the Rams will go at them at Elland Road and expressed his confidence that Frank Lampard's side can get a result in Yorkshire.

Lampard’s side dug deep to come from two goals down and book a third round FA Cup replay against Southampton following their 2-2 draw on Saturday.

Although the Rams have managed just one win in the last five games in the Championship, they are still in the playoff spots.

Leeds, on the other hand, have lost their last three games in all competitions and some fans are worried about a second half of the season slump.

The Whites beat Derby 4-1 when the two sides squared off early in the season, but Edworthy believes the come from behind draw against Southampton should give the team plenty of confidence to get a result against Leeds come Friday.

“That second half performance [against Southampton] will really give us an enormous amount of confidence”, Edworthy said on Rams TV.

“It’s about belief. Belief in our squad, belief in our players with Frank at the helm with Jody Morris encouraging the players.

“They know what they can do day in day out and they’ve proved that on the big stage as well.

“So I think we’ll go to Elland Road and really take the game to Leeds and I fancy us to get a result there, I really do.”

Derby beat Leeds 2-1 when the two sides last faced off at Elland Road in October 2017 and will hope for a similar result this time as well.