Leeds United travel to Leicester City on Sunday afternoon looking to avenge one of their heaviest defeats of the season.
Brendan Rodgers side dismantled the Whites in the reverse fixture at Elland Road, completing a smash and grab in a 4-1 win.
Marcelo Bielsa’s men finally ended their losing run with the 2-1 victory at Newcastle on Tuesday, but have been given problems they must resolve.
Illan Meslier returned in between the sticks at Newcastle, and despite being in the wars, he should be fine to continue at the King Power Stadium.
The first problem comes with Diego Llorente limping off injured in that win, and the Spaniard should return to the gym as he starts yet another recovery.
We expect Pascal Struijk to come in alongside Liam Cooper, with Luke Ayling playing in his usual right-back position yet again.
Stuart Dallas should drop into left-back in place of Ezgjan Alioski, which will allow Mateusz Klich to come back into the side after being benched.
Kalvin Phillips returned from suspension, and both him and Rodrigo will keep their spots in midfield after yet another commanding display from the duo.
The front three picks themselves.
Raphinha and Jack Harrison both scored at St James’ Park, and both continue to be the dangermen for this Leeds side, no matter who the opposition.
Patrick Bamford was dragged off by Bielsa and replaced by Tyler Roberts midway through the second half, but we don’t suspect that will have an impact on his side this weekend.
The 27-year-old has earned the right to be undroppable with his 10 goals this season, and he should lead the line against the Foxes yet again.
Here’s how we expect Leeds to line-up…
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