This is part of a regular series from our panel of Leeds United Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Elland Road and Thorp Arch.

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Leeds United will finally get their hands on the Championship trophy on Wednesday evening after their clash with Charlton Athletic.

Marcelo Bielsa has already detailed his desire to collect three points in the game, despite having nothing left to play for at Elland Road.

The Whites have won their previous five fixtures and swept aside Derby on Sunday, even after making seven changes to their side.

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Kiko Casilla, Barry Douglas, Gaetano Berardi, Pascal Struijk, Ian Poveda, Pablo Hernandez and Ezgjan Alioski all came back into the side after the win against Barnsley.

Bielsa spoke about the integrity of the Championship when returning to his storytelling ways in his press conference, and how he still wants three points on Wednesday.

Each player that came back into the side impressed in their own way, and it has given Bielsa a real headache for the clash with the Addicks.

Leeds impressed, having 13 more shots and keeping more of the ball according to WhoScored – but, we expect many changes to be made still.

Starting with Casilla, who has no right to be anywhere near the squad against the side he was found guilty of racist abuse against.

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We asked our esteemed panel of MOT Super Fans if they would make any changes to the starting XI against Charlton.

Here’s what they said…

Adam (@rossi_on)

Simon (@simamuofficial)

Adam (@AdamHoyle10)

Luke (@LukeParsonsss)

Jordy (@JordyP1993)

Tim (@TimAubert)

Adam (@Adam_coppers98)

So, there seems to be a divide for the first time in a while between our MOT Super Fans. On one hand, there is a strong argument to play our strongest side and finish the season with a real bang.

On the other, some have called for some of the youngsters to get another chance after impressing against Derby and throughout the season.

One thing for certain is that we will get to see our beloved Leeds lift that title, hopefully with yet another three points in the bag.

In other Leeds United news, Sky Sports are set to show trophy presentation on Wednesday evening

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