Dwight Gayle fancies picking up a medal at Newcastle United
Apr 15 2017
The Owls stunned Newcastle last time out, with a 2-1 win against Rafa Benitez's side.
Chris Hughton's side are four points clear of second-place Newcastle United with four matches to play after Chris Wood snatched a 1-1 draw in stoppage time for play-off incumbents Leeds United at St James' Park.
Leeds move up to fourth, but are only three points ahead of Fulham in seventh in the race for the play-offs. Chris Wood landed that "punch" which got Leeds a point from their hardest game in the run-in to the end of the season.
Leeds are now in fifth place on the Championship table with a total of 72 points, just two points behind third-placed Huddersfield.
UNITED defender Pontus Jansson stood toe to toe with a fan who ran onto the field during Newcastle's draw at St James' Park.
The 26-year-old has been in good form this season for the Whites, who are hoping to gain promotion to the Premiership for the first time since 2004. "I could see at the beginning of the season - when they were under pressure - that still he was doing well, improving, and winning a lot of games in a row, and they are in a good position now because of that", he said.
"What an fantastic mentality they have created.we have played better but you need both".
"They look like a strong, powerful unit who know exactly how they're supposed to play".
"I'm disappointed because we made a mistake at the end - and when I say at the end, 95 minutes".
"I've seen plenty of games where they've been second best but they've got the advantage of that extra quality which most teams don't have".
The Yorkshire side were playing with intensity and determination but Newcastle gradually became dominant and visiting keeper Rob Green was nearly caught out at the near post by a Jonjo Shelvey corner in the 26th minute.