Leeds United are preparing for tonight's clash with Derby County.
Leeds United are back in action tonight as they take on Derby County in the second leg of their Championship play-off semi-final.
The Whites travelled to Pride Park on Saturday evening for the first leg, and claimed a 1-0 win as Kemar Roofe's second half strike clinched the win.
Derby will feel that they were unfairly robbed of a penalty in the second half, and Frank Lampard will be looking for revenge this evening.
A trip to Elland Road won't be easy though, with the Leeds faithful desperate to drive Leeds on to the play-off final against Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium later this month.
It's going to be a full house tonight, and Leeds have decided to give fans a gift, putting scarves out on every seat in the stadium.
A photo has now emerged of Victor Orta – Leeds' director of football – putting the scarves out, which Leeds fans have been hailing on Twitter.
Now, Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani has taken to Twitter to react, offering just four words after seeing the photo; 'A club with soul' said the Italian, and he'll be hoping to see all those scarves being waved by Leeds fans tonight.
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