Leeds United have made one change to their starting XI for their Premier League clash against Everton on Wednesday evening.

Marcelo Bielsa has handed a starting role to Mateusz Klich, who will replace the injured Rodrigo who shared his problem was “minor.”

Confirmed on their official Twitter account prior to kick-off, the Whites have managed to keep together the bulk of the squad from that impressive win at Leicester.

Bamford and Raphinha were big doubts before the game, but both have managed to make it to face Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

Both were influential in beating Leicester, and played massive roles in the reverse fixture at Goodison Park, with the Brazilian scoring the winner.

Pascal Struijk impressed alongside Liam Cooper at the King Power and will need to play a massive role against Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The England international is one of the biggest physical presences in the Premier League, and it will be a huge test aerially tonight.

The Whites could jump into the top half of the Premier League with a win this evening.

After both Southampton and Arsenal lost on Tuesday, Leeds have already climbed up one spot, and it could get even better against the Toffees.

It would also put Bielsa’s men in touching distance of European qualification this season, and although we aren’t getting carried away, it would be very exciting.

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