Former Leeds United promotion hero shares seven-word rallying cry ahead of Norwich game

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Former Leeds United player Mike Grella has sent his best wishes to the club ahead of their second leg tie with Norwich City on Thursday night.

The Whites have the second leg of their play-off semi-final awaiting tomorrow night at Elland Road after taking a 0-0 lead at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Norwich City come to West Yorkshire with away form that sits 19th in the table in their 23 away games in the Championship this season.

Mike Grella shares his best wishes with Leeds ahead of their play-off clash

Among those who will be hoping for a home in Thursday’s second leg at LS11 is former Leeds winger Mike Grella.

Now a CBS pundit alongside scouting work, Grella will be watching from afar but hoping for a result in Leeds.

He shared this message on his social media with his son dressed for the occasion:

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Leeds v Norwich form guide ahead of play-off clash

Leeds’ overall form since the international break in March is bound to see plenty of home supporters heading to the stadium tomorrow with nerves about the game ahead.

However, Norwich’s away form this season has largely been very poor, which includes a 1-0 defeat to Leeds in January where they rallied very little despite Leeds -allowed a large amount of possession.

Leeds 23/24
home form
Norwich 23/24
form away
played 2. 3 2. 3
Win 16 6
Draw 5 6
Loss 2 11
Goals for 45 34
Goals against 16 42
League standings the 2nd 19

Progress at Wembley in favor of Leeds against Norwich

The goalless draw at Carrow Road was a solid result for Leeds despite a poor overall display, returning to the basics of defending well in possession.

With Elland Road likely to be loud and lively, you can imagine we are in a strong position to secure a place at Wembley.

However, anything can happen as our last home playoff meeting was in 2019 against Derby County, 2-0 on aggregate and cruising – you know the rest.

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