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FT: Leeds 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1. Neither side could make the most of good openings towards the end of the match, but a draw was a fair result in a tight Yorkshire derby.

Giles Coke has an effort from just outside the box, but it is blocked. Could have done better from there.

Five added minutes here...

Both teams still going for this, could go either way!

Diouf comes on for the youngster Poleon, who has run himself into the ground this afternoon.

Poleon looking more frustrated as his appeals for a foul are waved away once again.

Real chance for Wednesday! The ball falls to Reda Johnson in the box after an almighty long throw, but Pearce does well to block, possibly with the aid of an arm.

Zayatte blocks a Tonge strike, who had is still angry he was denied a free-kick on the edge of the box moments earlier.

SAVE! Antonio finds himself in space running at goal, cuts inside and drives low at goal, which Kenny gets down to really well to keep out.

Ball is aimed at Michial Antonio at the backpost, but he cannot quite reach it. The Owls using Antonio as the main target now.

Peltier in the thick of the action, tangling with Antonio and Johnson as the game gets more scrappy.

Matt Smith comes on for Leeds, with Luke Varney making way.

Wednesday slowly starting to come back into this, still sticking to the long ball game, however.

Maghoma comes on for Nuhiu, offering something something different for the visitors.

Varney cannot quite keep the ball in, looping the ball onto the roof of the net when attempting a cross.

Reda Johnson comes on to shore things up at the back. Maguire departs.

Corner to Leeds. Austin gets his head to it at the backpost, but can't guide it back into the danger area from there.

McCormack much more involved now, almost get in again, but Kirkland is out to clear. Much better again.

Goal has really transformed the home side. The crowd have been lifted and Leeds playing with much more energy now.

A real individual effort by Ross McCormack. Picks up the ball on the run, uses his pace to knock the ball round the defender and slot the ball under Kirkland.

GOAL! Leeds 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1. McCormack 58

Buxton for time wasting. Seems odd that Roger East would get his cards out this early in the second-half.

Poleon getting himself very frustrated after getting into several tussles with Wednesday players. Needs to calm down.

Murphy with a half chance, but he fires over from just outside the box. Got himself into a good position.

Nuhiu almost gets on the end of a cross, but Pearce just beats him to it. Real danger there for Leeds.

Varney picked out well by Warnock, but he is in an offside position. Getting more involved in the match however.

McDermott seems to be planning more changes. Lacking a real spark on the pitch at the minute.

Poleon again seems to be the best outlet for Leeds, running in behind, but Gardner gets back and breaks up the attack.

Apparently Green is suffering with a back injury.

We are underway in the second-half.

Substitution at the break. Michael Tonge comes on for Leeds in place of Paul Green.

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Despite the scoreline, Uzzi Majid isn't happy: "Wednesday need some attacking flair and quality defenders as far as I'm concerned."

Leeds 0 Sheffield Wednesday 1. Zayatte's header is enough to separate these two rivals at the break. An inquest as to who was supposed to be on the post, but Leeds have not offered going forward to be level.

Great chance for Antonio from another corner, but he mistimes his header, glancing wide from close-in.

Two minutes of added time...

Antonio really driving at the Leeds defence, but Warnock just does enough to put the ball out for a corner.

Austin does get his head to a corner, but cannot get enough purchase on it, and it is easily cleared.

Leeds having all the possession, but not really threatening with it. Having a few corners, but not making the most of them so far.

Wednesday still seem very comfortable with their lead, and are looking very solid at the back. Leeds cannot find a way through.

Leeds seem to have been forced into abit of urgency, and are much more direct now. Still no joy so far.

Zayatte's first goal in English football for nearly four years gives the Owls the lead. Antonio flicks on for Zayatte to loop a header over Kenny into the net.

GOAL! Leeds 0 Sheffield Wednesday 1. Zayatte 36.

Poleon and Buxton having a real battle. Both will not give up easily. Buxton holding is own admirably though.

Kirkland called into action for the first time, tipping over a chipped Ross McCormack effort. Good play from Murphy in the build-up.

Peltier again in the thick of it, but his chase for a long ball is fruitless, and it runs it for a goal-kick.

Peltier's long throw causes all sorts of problems in the Wednesday penalty area, but Green cannot capitalise on the loose ball.

Andrew Nicholls has been in touch: "It's going to be a long season for Wednesday again, we will not survive if we don't get away from the long ball big, player approach, I fear the worst this season."

Poleon once again tries to use his pace to get in behind, but Buxton is upto the task and dispossesses the lively forward.

Maguire first to go in the book. Bit of a nothing challenge, but referee deemed it worthy of a yellow card.

Nuhiu very close to getting on the end of a corner. Kenny fortunate that it drops to him.

Austin really endearing himself to the Leeds faithful once again with a very robust challenge. Really does lead by example the skipper.

Poleon has the best opening so far, gets in behind, is pulled down, no penalty given. Ball out for a corner, which after a few ricochets, is cleared.

McCormack trying to dribble his way in down the flank, but again Helan shows he is not to be messed with.

Poleon looks like he will have to do alot of running up front today, chasing balls down the channel.

Kenny much more assured this time, coming out to intercept a Antonio cross ahead of the onrushing Nuhiu.

Comes to nothing, as the referee blows for a foul. After a slow start we are finally getting going here.

Luke Murphy really fizzes a free-kick into the box that Kirkland manages to get a touch on, but its out for a corner.

Kenny's first involvement of the day isn't all that convincing as he comes to meet a cross. Just about manages to clear.

Wednesday at last having some possession. Austin cuts out a dangerous-looking cross that could have caused the Leeds' backline problems.

Green very much trying to muscle his way down the flanks, but is finding Helan a tough nut to crack. Could be an interesting tussle.

Ball seems to have been in the air for the majority of the time here. Very scrappy to say the least.

A few tasty challenges flying in. We wouldn't expect anything else from these two.

We are underway!

A minutes applause for the Leeds family who have lost their lives. Fitting start to the day.

Subs: Johnson, Semedo, Maghoma, Davies, McCabe, Lavery, Llera

Sheff Weds XI: Kirkland, Buxton, Gardner, Zayatte, Helan, Antonio, Prutton, Palmer, Coke, Maguire, Nuhiu

Subs: Drury, Hunt, Ashdown, Brown, Tonge, Smith, Diouf

Leeds XI: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, Warnock, Green, Austin, Murphy, McCormack, Poleon, Varney

The teams are in...

A local derby always adds an edge, and after the recent animosity between the two sides, we are in for a real treat today!

Brian McDermott's men have had a solid start to their 2013/14 campaign, and will be looking to build on last week's solid display at Leicester.

The Owls will be looking to kick-start their season after back-to-back defeats have left them pointless so far.

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