Three reasons Leeds United will slip up again on the road vs. Brentford

Leeds United will look to bounce back from their disappointing 1-0 defeat to fellow top six side Reading when they face mid-table Brentford at Griffin Park on Tuesday night.

The Whites were leapfrogged by the Royals as a result of the loss on Saturday evening, with Yann Kermorgant’s goal proving to be the difference between the two teams.

While Garry Monk’s side were perhaps looking up the table prior to the clash at the Madejski Stadium, they may well be nervously looking over their shoulders now after slipping down to fifth position in the Championship standings.

The Yorkshire outfit are now just six points above seventh-placed Sheffield Wednesday with seven matches of the season remaining, and the former Swansea City manager will know that now is not the time to endure a poor run of form.

Here are three reasons why Leeds will be on the losing side again when they face Brentford…