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Summary

  1. Lasogga and Roofe pull Leeds level
  2. Reid converts Pack cross to make it 2-0
  3. Diedhiou taps in after Wiedwald error
  4. Heckingbottom's first home game as Leeds boss
  5. Bristol City (6th) won one in 11 in all comps
  6. Leeds (11th) yet to win in 2018

Live Reporting

By Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all for today, folks

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Korey Smith

    That concludes today's live Championship coverage, after draws for Norwich, Ipswich, Leeds and Bristol City.

    We've seen two cracking finales but the end result is 'as you were' for the four sides involved, in terms of their respective league positions.

    Bristol City stay sixth, but miss the chance to move within just six points of the top two. They'll be frustrated as they head back to the West Country tonight.

    Do join us again for more EFL action on Tuesday. Until then, good night.

  2. Robins frustrated at more points dropped

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Looking at the squads of some of Bristol City's promotion rivals - especially Derby and Aston Villa - there are a lot of experienced, 30-somethings in those teams.

    No so for Lee Johnson's first XI. Comparatively, this stylish Robins side are a still a relatively young team.

    Perhaps a couple more seasons of experience can be partly what helps sides show the composure to hold on to the sort of leads that Bristol City have let slip of late.

  3. Heckingbottom hails fans' impact

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Paul Heckingbottom

    "There were lots of things right first half, but all the set-plays were wrong," Leeds boss Paul Heckingbottom tell Sky Sports.

    "In the second half, not one person was hiding. Everyone wanted the ball. After the first goal, we were on the front foot. It really changed the game.

    "The crowd have got us a point today. They made a difference. To get their backing today was unbelievable. As the game went on, if a team was going to win it, it would have been us."

  4. Can Leeds still fight for the play-offs?

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    They battled back today against a good side, but things won't get any easier for Paul Heckingbottom's men in the coming days. They're away to Derby on Wednesday.

    In-form Brentford and leaders Wolves are their next two home games.

    However, their fightback here has kept themselves within eight points of the play-offs as it stands. There is still some hope for the 11th-placed Elland Road club.

  5. Get Involved

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    Peter Crispin: Why oh why do you wait until you're behind until we see your best?

    Leeds fans will be wishing their side had got going half an hour earlier than they did...

  6. 'We deserved the point' - Lasogga

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    The man who got Leeds' fightback started, Pierre-Michel Lasogga, tells Sky Sports: "We played a very good second half and deserved the point.

    "We can be happy with the second half but the first half was a little bit disappointing.

  7. Reaction: Reid 'disappointed'

    FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    "We're very disappointed. It was a tale of two halves," Bristol City goal scorer Bobby Reid tells Sky Sports.

    "Leeds came out and gave it a right go. We have got to pick ourselves back up."

  8. FT: Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    For Bristol City, that's two games in a row where they've let a healthy lead slip late on.

    If they'd held on to those two potential wins, they'd currently be only four points off an automatic promotion spot.

    As it is, this draws leaves them eight points behind second-placed Cardiff.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    That's the last act of the game! Bristol City cling on to a point in the end, having led 2-0.

    Leeds' fightback was a courageous one, and Paul Heckingbottom's first home match in charge ends in a much more positive mood than it might have done.

    Kemar Roofe
  10. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Pierre-Michel Lasogga hits the bar! His header is inches from winning the game. So unlucky.

  11. CLOSE!

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    What a chance! Kalvin Phillips should head in the winner from five yards out, but he nods over the bar.

    A vital touch from Aden Flint may have taken it off Phillips' head, but it's a glaring miss from the Leeds man.

  12. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Silly stuff from Joe Bryan. He concedes a needless free-kick for a foul on Hadi Sacko. Chance for Leeds to deliver one in to the box.

  13. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Is there time for a late twist? Well, there was real drama in the 95th minute at Carrow Road earlier today, so there's definitely still time for someone to win this game.

  14. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    As Leeds clear that corner, four minutes of added time are signalled.

    It's a really tense finish at Elland Road.

  15. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Now it's Bristol City's turn to force a corner, in the final minute of normal time.

  16. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Leeds force two further corners in a row. The third leads to a shot from Hadi Sacko that flies high and wide.

    The hosts' Adam Forshaw tumbled over in the box amid all that, but there doesn't appear to have been much in it.

  17. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Leeds are up for this. They're looking the more likely to pinch the win. Corner.

  18. YELLOW CARD

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Marlon Pack is booked for a late tackle and that's bad news for the visitors.

    He'll miss their next two games, and they're big ones. Fulham and Cardiff. Not ideal, for Lee Johnson's men.

  19. CLOSE!

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    Adam Forshaw tries to bend one in from the edge of the box, but it's wide for the hosts.

  20. Post update

    Leeds 2-2 Bristol City

    The atmosphere around Elland Road is one of hope that Leeds can go on and take all three points from here.

    Attack, attack, attack is the chant from the home fans.