Leeds United star Patrick Bamford has insisted that there will be no easy games for his team until the end of the season as each fixture will have more meaning for each side.


The Whites are leading the Championship table while having played a game more than Leicester City, who are level on points with Leeds.


The Yorkshire giants are set to travel to Vicarage Road tonight to take on Watford on Good Friday.



Some of the Leeds players will have had very little to no training before the game starts tonight as they returned late from their national team commitments this week.


Bamford admitted that it is going to be a difficult game but he feels that every fixture towards the end of the season will be tough.



He stressed that each game will have more riding on it for both Leeds and their opponents and all the games from now until the end of the season are going to be a challenge.


The Leeds striker said on LUTV: “Every game in the Championship is difficult.



“The closer you get towards the end of the season the harder each game gets because there is more riding on it for both teams.


“It will be like that, not just for Watford, but for every other game.


“We are looking forward to it as we like the challenge.”


Leeds will also be in action at Elland Road on Monday night when they host Hull City.