Elland Road plays host to Leeds United v Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday evening.

Leeds return to Premier League action on the back of October’s international break, looking to build on a positive start to the season.

There’s been seven points posted from a possible 12, but Monday is another tough fixture to overcome. It’s more difficult when you consider a couple of the players Leeds might have to go without.

Liam Cooper is a doubt, whilst Diego Llorente and Adam Forshaw miss out. Jack Harrison and Pablo Hernandez return, but do they come back into the starting XI?

Our predicted XI v Wolves

Given Wolves’ tendency to go with a two-man axis in attack, we might see Leeds switch to a 3-3-1-3 like they did at Sheffield United.

Illan Meslier will, of course, continue in goal. Luke Ayling and Robin Koch form two thirds of the defensive unit, with Pascal Struijk coming in if Cooper’s fails his late fitness test.

Kalvin Phillips anchors the midfield, with Mateusz Klich continuing alongside him. Stuart Dallas will be the man to shift into a central area from left-back given a formation switch.

Rodrigo looked sharp off the bench last time out against Man City and should start, with Helder Costa and a returning Harrison playing on the wings.

As usual, Patrick Bamford should lead the line.