Although the Whites did not get the win that they were seeking against Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday, a late goal from Pascal Struijk ensured they finished the game with one more point to their name as it ended 1-1.


Leeds will now look to get maximum points against Brentford on Sunday in the final game of the season, while hoping that fellow relegation candidates Burnley and Everton, who each have a game in hand over the Whites, slip up.



Brentford have already ensured their safety and have nothing left to play for in the league, but Kilgallon has warned Leeds that they should expect a tough challenge come Sunday.


The former Whites star explained that the Bees will be looking to finish the season as high as they can and all their players are proper professionals that will not make it easy for Leeds to get a result.



“[Brighton] they were a top team today and I think it will be a tough game again [on Sunday against Brentford]”, Kilgallon said on BBC Radio Leeds post the Brighton clash.


“But hopefully, players are in Dubai, already thinking about getting on the boat but I just do not think they do now.



“These are proper professional players and they will be wanting to finish as high as they can.


“It is going to be a tough game but, if I was a player now and I know it is a point, but you are out of the bottom three, it feels better, it really does.”


While Leeds are gearing up for Brentford, Burnley’s last two games will see them take on Aston Villa and Newcastle United, whereas Everton will face Crystal Palace and Arsenal.