Newcastle have postponed their planned tribute to former midfielder Gary Speed at the request of his widow Louise.
Mrs Speed will be at Elland Road on Saturday as Leeds pay their respects to their former midfielder, and Newcastle will now follow suit before their next home game against Swansea on Saturday, 17th December.
Newcastle had planned to have Welsh tenor Gwyn Hughes lead a capacity crowd of 52,000 in the hymn 'Bread of Heaven' before a minutes' applause ahead of their Premier League clash with Chelsea on Saturday.
Supporters in the East Stand were also to be provided with black and white cards which, when held up, would depict the number 11, the shirt number Speed wore during his spell on Tyneside.
The Wales manager, who was found dead by his wife at their home on Sunday morning, made 285 appearances and scored 40 goals for the Magpies during a six-and-a-half-year spell with the club.
Managing director Derek Llambias said: "We have today received a request from Louise Speed to postpone the club's planned tribute to her husband Gary in order that she can join us at the stadium when our tribute takes place.
"Louise has been very touched by the plans and expressed a desire to be present.
"As Louise will be at Elland Road tomorrow, on her request we have rescheduled our tribute and it will now take place at our next home game against Swansea on December 17.
"A minute's applause for Gary will still take place before kick-off (tomorrow)."