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15/05/2019 - 18:56 BST

We Need You To Be Intimidating, Leeds United Star Tells Fans

 




Leeds United skipper Liam Cooper has stressed the need for the Elland Road faithful to be intimidating and assist the Whites in producing the performance that will take them to Wembley.

The Whites beat Derby County 1-0 at Pride Park in the first leg of their Championship playoff semi-final tie and play the second leg tonight at Elland Road.
 

 



And now the Peacocks will have to get the job done at their home in front of their fans, who the skipper believes will do everything in their power to make the atmosphere electric.

Thanking the fans for their support, Cooper said that while the supporters have been there for his team, the Whites now need to make sure that they put on a performance that can win them the match.

 


"It's going to be electric. We need the fans to be intimidating", Cooper said at a press conference.



"They've always been there for us home and away, and hopefully, we can get the performance."

Leeds dominated Derby in the first leg, but Cooper insists the Elland Road encounter is a fresh 90 minutes.

 


"Those games are gone, and we're just focused on Wednesday.

"You can tell that the game on Saturday was a lot closer, and Derby have a lot of players who can hurt you."


Aston Villa progressed through the other semi-final tie and await the winners of tonight's encounter at Wembley.