Dramatic late strike earns Leeds a point at Newcastle

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Leeds boss Garry Monk accepts Newcastle are "an exceptional team" as they close in on a swift return to the Premier League, but is determined his play-off chasing side will head to St James' Park with belief they can dent the promotion charge.

But as the Sky Sports commentators said, Leeds United did what was most important in the face of the onslaught - they stayed in the game. "I don't understand a lot of things in the last few games".

All Whites striker Chris Wood has rescued Leeds with a dramatic last-gasp goal to earn his side a 1-1 draw with Newcastle in the English Championship.

Benitez's side host play-off chasing Leeds at St James' Park, live on Sky Sports 1, and the Spaniard says their focus is exclusively on a top-two finish.

The north east side will still likely secure automatic promotion, however may find it hard to be crowned champions at the end of this season - something that was expected considering the amount of money spent on the second-tier outfit.

Huddersfield, beaten at Nottingham Forest last weekend, will look to maintain their hopes of gatecrashing the top two when they host Preston.

"I thought they went out and typified the performance for the team".

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We expect the Toon to win this one as well.

"We find ourselves in an opportunity where we have got a chance to fight for a play-off position, but we have not got the calculator out".

They were leapfrogged by Bristol City, also on 47 points, after they defeated QPR 2-1 thanks to first-half goals from Marlon Pack and Jamie Paterson, with Idrissa Sylla grabbing a late consolation, as Lee Johnson's side made it back-to-back victories.

"What an incredible mentality they have created.we have played better but you need both". All the effort and good play we showed it is disappointing we only got one point. "I've seen them all season and they do concede goals", he added. I think he is a good manager.

When it was put to him that the game might have been stopped if it was a boxing match, he said: "We must have a granite chin".

Leeds come into this round of fixtures in fifth place, with a three point lead over Sheffield Wednesday in sixth.

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