Leeds United travel to Crystal Palace on Sunday 09 October looking to finally return to winning ways in the Premier League after a small blip.
Jesse Marsch will be forced into one change at least with Luis Sinisterra forced to stay at home after being shown his marching orders last time out against Aston Villa.
The American spoke on his options available in his press conference, with Patrick Bamford and Crysencio Summerville both given glowing tributes.
Illan Meslier will continue in goal after keeping a clean sheet with some crucial saves last time out, although his distribution will need to be better.
Pascal Struijk and Rasmus Kristensen both start and keep their spots, despite Junior Firpo and Luke Ayling both coming off the bench to help the cause recently.
Liam Cooper and Robin Koch are finally getting the chance to play together over a consistent period now before the World Cup, as they look to cement their spots as our top two options.
It is no surprise to see Tyler Adams marshall the midfield once again, with Marc Roca alongside him despite the Spaniard being taken off last time out much to his disappointment.
Adam Forshaw looks to be out for at least a month now after surgery again, with Mateusz Klich nothing more than an impact substitution at the moment.
The news that Summerville has been waiting for years for has finally come, his first Premier League start and the chance to impress on the wing against one of the best in Wilfried Zaha.
Brenden Aaronson will stay central behind the striker, despite calls for Bamford to come in and start in the final third and push the American out wide.
The England international picked up a knock in training last week, and despite getting through the Villa game, he will remain an option off the bench with the risk of losing him too high again.
That leaves Rodrigo to complete the line-up, with the Spaniard unlucky not to score last time out and he will be raring to go out and find the back of the net.
Here’s how we expect the Whites to line up…
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