Whites legend shares two major causes for concern ahead of Leeds United's play-off push

Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Leeds United have struggled of late, dropping outside the play-off spots.

QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Speaking live on Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme on Thursday April 20th at 10am, former Whites star Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink shared his hope that his former club make the play-offs, but cited two major causes for concern ahead of their final three games.

Leeds have really impressed all season long under Garry Monk, but have found wins harder to come by of late, with just one victory to show for their efforts from their last five outings, and have slipped to seventh in the table, behind sixth placed Fulham due to their inferior goal difference.

Three wins from their last three games would secure them a place inside the top six, however, what with fifth placed Sheffield Wednesday hosting Fulham on the final day of the season.

But whilst Hasselbaink is hopeful that the West Yorkshire outfit will make the top six, he urged caution ahead of the run-in, when speaking to Sky Sports' Premier League Daily programme:

QPR manager Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

"They’re a magnificent club and I would love to seem them in the Premier League. Of late they haven’t got the form they did have or are scoring the goals that they were. I know Wood is scoring plenty of goals but the others haven’t chipped in. I hope they get back into the play-offs, but Fulham look very good and they have the best form. I really hope Leeds get back for the fans.”

Monk's men should still be feeling confident as they head into the business end of their campaign, however,

A home game against Norwich City is sandwiched by two away games against Burton Albion and Wigan Athletic respectively, and if they perform to anywhere near the standard they have for the majority of the season, they will be well capable of winning all of those matches.

Leeds United manager Garry MonkLeeds United manager Garry Monk

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