Leeds will face Rotherham United, Queens Park Rangers, Hull City, Charlton and Wolverhampton Wanderers in their next five Championship matches.
Leeds United v Rotherham United (November 21)
Leeds United have won their last two Championship games and will head into the match against Rotherham United high on confidence.
Former Leeds head coach Neil Redfearn is in charge of Rotherham at the moment, and he will be keen on winning at Elland Road.
The Whites, though, should be able to pick up all three points with relative ease as they have a better team and are in better form.
Leeds United 3-0 Rotherham United
Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United (November 28)
Queens Park Rangers need to start putting together a run of positive results, and a win against Leeds is almost imperative if they are to maintain their chances of a top-two finish in the Championship this season.
Rangers have not been playing well, but at the moment a narrow 1-0 win will do for them.
Leeds are a confident side at the moment, and they are likely to hold QPR to a draw at Loftus Road.
Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Leeds United
Leeds United v Hull City (December 5)
Hull City are in great form at the moment and are on course to gaining automatic promotion to the Premier League.
The Tigers have a much better squad that Leeds, and one should not be surprised if they win comfortably at Elland Road.
Leeds United 0-0 Hull City
Charlton Athletic v Leeds United (December 12)
Charlton Athletic are one of the top candidates to get relegated from the Championship, and it will be a huge surprise if Leeds slip up at The Valley.
Charlton Athletic 0-2 Leeds United
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leeds United (December 17)
Wolverhampton Wanderers are another side aiming for a top-six finish in the Championship, and they should be able to get the better of Leeds at home.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 Leeds United