Leeds United v Blackburn Rovers
Elland Road is one of the most difficult grounds to go and win matches, and one suspects that Blackburn Rovers will have to go back home empty-handed.
Leeds are playing well at the moment, and although they do not have a realistic chance of making the Championship playoffs, the Whites will certainly be looking to maintain their momentum.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leeds United
Wolverhampton Wanderers are fighting for a place in the playoffs, and they will be favourites to win at home.
Although Leeds are more than capable of picking up all three points at Molineux, this time they will probably have to suffer a defeat.
Leeds United v Cardiff City
Cardiff City have nothing to play for between now and the end of the season, which means that Leeds should be able to win against them with ease.
The West Yorkshire outfit will be determined to give the fans something to cheer about, and there are few better ways than to register a convincing win at home.
Leeds United v Norwich City
Norwich City are gunning for automatic promotion to the Premier League and will make life tough for Leeds at Elland Road.
This game could well be decided by a single goal scored in the final minutes, and the Canaries could be the one to get it.
Charlton Athletic v Leeds United
Both Charlton Athletic and Leeds are fighting for a top-10 finish in the Championship at the moment.
This means that the game at The Valley is going to be hugely competitive, and it could well end in an entertaining draw.
Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds United
This promises to be a passionate Yorkshire derby, and it could well be decided by a single goal scored in the latter stages of the encounter.
Wednesday will be determined to end the season on a high and so will Leeds, but the hosts are likely to edge it.
Leeds United v Rotherham United
By the time this fixture comes around, Rotherham United could well be relegated or be safe. Either way, this has a big Leeds win written all over it.