Leeds United goalkeeper Rob Green set for huge milestone

Rob Green is set to achieve a personal milestone at the weekend if he starts in goal for Leeds United against Queens Park Rangers.

The former England international will make his 600th league appearance.

Green has started every single one of the Whites’ 36 Championship games, which indicates that he will be selected by manager Garry Monk at Elland Road.

The shot-stopper, who joined Leeds last summer, began his career at Norwich City before embarking on spells at West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers.

During his 18-year career so far, Green has won two Championship playoff finals, the Football League First Division title and was named West Ham United’s Hammer of the Year in the 2007-08 season.

Green also reached the international stage by earning 12 caps for England.

On Saturday, he will be hoping for a positive result as Leeds try to extend their unbeaten run to six league matches.

Monk’s men currently reside fourth in the Championship.