THE Reds are set to play in the secong leg of the play-off today - and there’s still a chance of a date at Wembley next weekend.
Valerien Ismael’s side have faced the Swans on three occasions this season and have come out second best in each game - but the Reds remain confident that they can turn the tie around.
Ismael said: “The second half performance gives us a good feeling for the second leg.
“It’s the play-offs and anything can happen.
“Two years ago, Leeds won the first leg against Derby and everyone thought they would go through but they lost.
“It is the same feeling for us. We have nothing to lose. There will be big pressure on Swansea.
“It was the third time we played against Swansea and again we didn’t score but it was our best performance against them.
“It is only half-time and we showed this season that we have comeback quality. I believe in my players.”