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  1. All the action from Leeds United v QPR
  2. Leeds held to the first goalless draw of their season as they struggle to break the visitors down
  3. The last time QPR did the league double over the Whites was the 1990/91 season, when both sides competed in the top flight

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By Katie Whyatt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Noel's reaction to the Leeds team news

    Leeds v Queen's Park Rangers

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    I think it's the right decision to keep Berardi in - he was Man of the Match against Fulham, for me, so I have no qualms whatsoever about the back four.

    I think you have to play your best team always - you can't worry about cards and potential suspensions. I'd rather have the points on the board - deal with suspensions after you've done the job and got the win. 

    I think Vieira is probably a bit more physical than O'Kane, but we know Bridcutt will drop into the back four, so Vieira will have to attack and get forward. He should be five or six yards in front of Bridcutt, picking up second balls. I think keeping Vieira out for a time keeps him hungry but everyone has a part to play this season. 


    Leeds v Queen's Park Rangers

    Four changes for Leeds United: 

    LEEDS UNITED XI:  Green, Ayling, Jansson, Bartley, Berardi, Bridcutt, Vieira, Roofe, Hernandez, Pedraza, Wood

    LEEDS UNITED SUBS:  Silvestri, Cooper, Taylor, O'Kane, Sacko, Dallas, Doukara

  3. GARRY MONK: I knew from the beginning players were right

    Leeds v Queen's Park Rangers

    Garry Monk

    Myself and my staff probably work in a different way to what the players here had had before. The way you need to get that across is obviously very new to the players at that point. 

    [The last time Leeds played QPR], we were obviously in transition to being completed. Players arriving at various times throughout pre-season and the guys that were already here – it just takes time. 

    But I could see from day one that their attitude towards this was that they wanted it and they wanted to take it all on board. They were very keen for it and I knew from that point that these guys were going to work in a good way and take on what we were asking. 

  4. Hello!

    Leeds v Queen's Park Rangers

    Hello, and welcome to the live text coverage of Leeds United v Queen's Park Rangers. We'll have all of the action, analysis and debate from the game today. 

    Leeds have only conceded two goals in their last five home league games against QPR, winning two, drawing two and losing one - though both goals came in the most recent two meetings.

    QPR are aiming to do the league double over the Whites for the first time since the 1990/91 season, when both sides competed in the top flight.

    Leeds United