Leeds beat Wycombe 2-0 in a friendly on Friday night.
By all measures, it was a successful outing for the Yorkshire outfit. Two goals, a clean sheet and a win were one thing - a great day out for fans and plenty of minutes for some fringe players were another.
Lee Erwin and Byram netted for Leeds, while Peacock-Farrell replaced Marco Silvestri in the second half.
Both took to social media to celebrate, with the latter posting the above picture having made his Leeds debut.
Byram, meanwhile, admitted it was nice to be back on the pitch and in among the goals once more.
Nice to be back on the pitch and get on the scoresheet last night https://t.co/RXuQ3zyfpl— Sam byram (@sambyram93) November 14, 2015
The 2-0 victory was the Whites' third triumph in a row - two Championship wins preceded the friendly - and Leeds fans will no doubt want to make it four in a row during another Yorkshire derby next weekend.
Rotherham United are the opponents but supporters may not take too much delight in stripping former Leeds boss Neil Redfearn of the three points.
Winning is winning, though, and United look better placed to win football matches than at any time this season.