There is so much riding on the Leeds game tomorrow, it can’t be understated. Win and we’re right back in the thick of the playoff race. Lose? There’s a big chance you’re going to see a good old fashioned Leeds United meltdown.

The Hull game was a mess, if we’d lost you couldn’t have argued with it. We’re not creating anywhere enough chances at the minute, the only time we looked threatening was when we had 10 men against Millwall and changed formation to have two upfront. So if the decision was in my hands, we’d be playing 5-3-2 tomorrow.

GK – Felix Wiedwald – Andy Lonergan decided against joining Sunderland – a smart decision in anyone’s book. Felix is showing some signs of consistency at the minute and it’s great to see.

Into the defence…

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  1. Given the fact that we’ve been struggling to create good chances of late, I’d definitely make changes. I’d probably think a bit more ‘outside the box’ and go 3-4-3. The back 3 chooses itself at the moment, but I’d go with De Bock, Viera, Forshaw, and Dallas across midfield with Pablo, Lasogga, and Alioski as a front 3. Alioski’s work rate is formidable. Start with 3-4-3, get on the front foot from the off, get in front, make changes later bringing on Roofe and reverting to 5-3-2 or 3-5-2 to manage the game and tighten things up.

  2. Buying injured players , junior players , and players we ship out to Spain.
    What the HELL IS GOING ON at Elland Road ?

  3. Since his injury, Vieira has been nowhere near himself … I’d be tempted to start Vernon Anita alongside Adam Forshaw to give the young guy more confidence recovery time. Can’t disagree with the choice of Stuart Dallas as RWB.

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