Leeds United would be in sixth place in the Championship table, if the season started on October 19th.
If the Championship season had started when Steve Evans took charge at Elland Road, Leeds United would currently be in the play off places.
Evans was appointed as Leeds boss on 19th October, following the dismissal of Uwe Rosler, and he has transformed the side’s form.
The 53-year-old boss has taken command of 11 matches so far, and Leeds have accumulated 18 points over this time.
That total has only been beaten by Middlesbrough, Derby County, Hull City, Brentford and Ipswich Town.
In the overall Championship table, Leeds are sat in 13th place, but their recent form has been encouraging.
The Whites are currently six points away from the play off places, but belief is starting to flood back into Elland Road.
Evans has made the Yorkshire side a lot more resilient, and deserves credit for the job he has done at Elland Road so far.
Leeds’ next match comes against Nottingham Forest on Boxing Day, where they will want to keep up their four match unbeaten streak.