Date: 19th March 2014 at 8:20pm
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Leeds United striker Ross McCormack is looking for the fans to drag them to victory at the weekend over Millwall.

Leeds come into the game having not won in six games and they have won just once at home since beating Wigan Athletic on December 4th.

Despite their poor form, Leeds were cheered on by almost 4,000 fans at Burnley last Saturday and McCormack wants the Elland Road faithful to spur them onto victory this weekend. Speaking on the official website , McCormack said, “I thought that the supporters were great on Saturday. The boys need the fans to drag us through the games and I thought they really did that at the weekend.”

Leeds have slid down the table alarmingly since Christmas having been in the play-off places going into the festive period. The whites have won just two of their last fifteen games and they have slipped to fifteenth in the championship.

Despite Leeds form, McCormack has continued to find the net on a regular basis this season and he scored his 25th goal of the season in the defeat at Burnley last Saturday.


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