BBC: Leeds could make 3 changes v Burnley - Phillips, Rodrigo & Raphinha could start

Leeds United and Marcelo Bielsa have the majority of their squad available for the Premier League clash against Burnley on Saturday.

Liam Cooper is back available for selection at Turf Moor, with Adam Forshaw and Helder Costa the only senior absentees.

The BBC have reported that there could be three huge changes made by Bielsa as he looks to finish the season as strongly as possible.

It is reported that Kalvin Phillips, Rodrigo and Raphinha are all pushing to start at Turf Moor, in what would be brilliant news.

All three were named on the bench in the 3-1 victory against Spurs last weekend and came on in what was our best squad of the season.

Raphinha assisted Rodrigo for the game-winning goal at Elland Road, more than what Tyler Roberts has managed in recent months.

Huge changes.

Who else could be dropped?

Roberts is the clear option, and then it would likely be Mateusz Klich and Robin Koch who have impressed in the past week.

The German international would be massively unlucky having kept the likes of Hueng Min-Son quiet for the majority of the 3-1 win last week.

When Phillips, Rodrigo and Raphinha are fit, you simply have to start them.

Unfortunately for Burnley, they will be coming up against a full-strength Whites side who are looking to finish as strongly as possible with only three games left to play.

Costa and Forshaw being our only injury worries is a huge sigh of relief, with those two of the options likely to be up for sale in the summer.

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