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A week of wild pitch invasions and crowd disorder has Marsch calling for calm amongst his Leeds fans despite relegation looming on the final day

Jesse Marsch accepts there will be deep anger if Leeds United are relegated today but has urged supporters to keep the peace amid fears of further crowd disorder.

They are staring at the prospect of returning to the Championship just two seasons after returning to the Premier League following a 16-year absence.

They are third bottom and, due to their inferior goal difference, must collect more points at Brentford than Burnley manage at home to Newcastle if they are to survive.

Hundreds of extra Metropolitan Police officers will be on duty at Brentford and across the capital, with Leeds’ rivals Manchester United playing at Crystal Palace and Everton at Arsenal.