David Forde features in Sunday's matchday programmeFor all of the above and much, much more, don't forget to pick up your copy of the matchday programme for just £3.
Also in the programme, Steve Mildenhall pens another article for us, this time discussing footballers and their use of Twitter. As we all know, the subject is one which has taken up a lot of column inches over the past year or so, so don't miss Mildy's intriguing views on what is a controversial topic.
"They (Leeds) will bring a big crowd down with them which will help to create an electric atmosphere. As well, the fact it's on live TV adds even further incentive to get the right result. It all makes for an interesting game."
He also looks forward to the visit of Neil Warnock's side, a game which is being broadcast on Sky.
"Being out of the side gave me a chance to reflect and now I've got an opportunity to progress and really kick on."
"The way last season ended and this started was obviously a little disappointing on a personal level but it was just a case of getting my head down and being up for the challenge", he said.
Fordey reflects on the club's recent run of good form and his return to the starting line-up.
In our latest edition of the matchday programme, we speak at length with David Forde, who this week played 90 minutes for the Republic of Ireland in their 1-0 friendly defeat to Greece.
Andy Keogh's winner against Derby County last weekend saw Kenny Jackett's men climb up to 10th in the Championship table, and another victory on Sunday could propel the club to just one point off the Play-Off places.
Sunday sees Leeds United visit The Den as The Lions look to stretch their unbeaten run to ten games.