By Pranav Shahaney

29th Aug, 2022 | 9:30am

Leeds United predicted XI v Everton: Luis Sinisterra to get first Premier League start

Jesse Marsch could ring in the changes after his Leeds United side suffered their first Premier League defeat against Brighton on Saturday.

Dan James started that game on the right flank, and we expect him to make way for Luis Sinisterra when Leeds face Everton on August 30.

Despite moving to Elland Road for a club-record fee, he has failed to impress in any position, and Sinisterra, who was brought in to be Raphinha’s replacement, will do exactly that on the right flank.

Liam Cooper was left out as a precaution and there’s a chance that he could see him straight into the eleven instead of Robin Koch.

Playing two games in less than a week is tough on the legs of players and the German could do with some much-needed rest.

Cooper’s leadership will also be invaluable at the back and Jesse Marsch surely will be looking to have him back in the team.

Marc Roca could be the other player making way with Mateusz Klich coming in for him.

The Pole has been linked with an exit as he would want to play regularly in a World Cup year – possibly the last one in his career.

Giving him a start against Everton will be the right thing from Marsch to do as it will send a message to the midfielder that he sees him as a part of his plans.

Should Klich manage to put in a good show, as we know he can, there’s a very good chance that he starts over the Spaniard for the games to follow.

In other Leeds United news, the Whites could make a final push for an international striker after he was left out of his side’s matchday squad last weekend.