United manager Simon Grayson is hoping to reward yet another huge Elland Road crowd with three points against QPR on Saturday.
With over 28,000 tickets already sold for the visit of the league leaders, the Elland Road attendance could pass the 30,000 mark for the second time this season.
"It's a good game," said the boss.
"They've had a fantastic start to the season. They had a poor result last week and they will be looking to bounce back, but to get to December and only lose once says a lot about them.
"They are top of the division and rightly so.
"We'll have around 30,000 which is a great effort when you consider it is the Saturday before Christmas. I hope we have a result waiting for those people who are coming.
"We're on a good run and we'll have plenty of confidence going into the game. We'll look at ourselves and what we can do."
Andy O'Brien is a doubt for United, but Grayson has reported no new injury worries.