Redfearn on Watford match
Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn is expecting to be entertained when his side take on Watford at the weekend.
The Whites have been in good form recently, despite a midweek defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion, and Redfearn thinks they will be able to compete with play-off chasing Watford.
"It’s a good game to look forward to, they’re having a good season," Redfearn told the club's official site. "They’re an exciting side, they score goals but we’re in the middle of a good run.
"Barring Tuesday’s blip, we’re playing really well at the moment and we’ve had some good results. We’ve got a way of playing, it suits us, so I’m expecting an entertaining game."
Gray wants confident display
Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray believes that the Owls have a chance of beating Middlesbrough tomorrow, as they are full of confidence.
Wednesday beat Millwall in midweek and Gray believes that result will provide his side with the momentum needed to overcome Aitor Karanka's men.
"They are in good form but we want to build on the result we got the other night," he said to the club's official site.
“We will have a lot of confidence going into the game, we are at our place and we want to start putting in the kind of performance we had in midweek at Hillsborough.”
Freeman on Sheffield United atmosphere
Kieron Freeman says the Bramall Lane support helps Sheffield United to pick up results.
The Blades have one of the biggest fan-bases in League One and Freeman certainly enjoys the atmosphere that they create.
"It’s difficult to describe or put into words but, yes, the fans can be a massive help," he told the Sheffield Telegraph. "Just the buzz you get when they’re right behind you really can help to decide whether you win, lose or draw."