Bailey Peacock-Farrell is the second-choice goalkeeper at Leeds United at the moment.

Leeds United are going strong in the Championship at the moment and could well finish in the top two of the league table this season.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side are second in the league table at the moment, and automatic promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season is in their hands.

The Leeds players must be enjoying the pressure and the ride, but Bailey Peacock-Farrell will probably be a bit frustrated at his lack of playing time.

The Northern Ireland international was the first-choice goalkeeper at Leeds before the West Yorkshire outfit signed Kiko Casilla in the January transfer window.

The 22-year-old had made some notable mistakes in the first half of the season, and the signing of Casilla did not come as a surprise.

Peacock-Farrell is now mainly on the substitutes’ bench on matchdays, and it is probably a bit disappointing for the youngster.

Former Leeds goalkeeper Paul Robinson has given his take on Peacock-Farrell’s situation at Elland Road at the moment and has suggested how he can make it better – by learning from former Real Madrid and Espanyol custodian Casilla.

Robinson said about Peacock-Farrell learning from Casilla on The Noel Whelan Show on BBC Radio Leeds on Friday evening (6:25pm, April 12, 2019): “He can learn a lot from him. If he is open-minded, he will be able to learn a lot from him. It will help him.”

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