Wigan Athletic v Leeds United: Douglas back for Latics clash as Bielsa makes one change

Leeds United's Barry Douglas returns for the Whites at Wigan.
Leeds United's Barry Douglas returns for the Whites at Wigan.
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Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has made one change for Sunday's trip to the Wigan Athletic in the Championship.

The Argentine has been forced into one alteration to his starting line-up at the DW stadium with Barry Douglas coming into the side for the injured Luke Ayling with Stuart Dallas moving across to right-back.

United stopper Bailey Peacock-Farrell takes up his place in goal with Dallas on the right side of defence as Pontus Jansson and Liam Cooper take up their usual spot in the heart of defence.

Douglas returns to his familar left-back position with Kalvin Phillips sat in front of the back four.

Gjanni Alioski and Pablo Hernandez remain on the flanks in midfielder with Mateusz Klich and Adam Forshaw supporting lone striker Kemar Roofe.

Wigan Athletic XI: Walton, Byrne, Robinson, Gibson, Morsy, Windass, James, Naismith, Kipre, Burn, Garner. Subs: Jones, Vaughan, McManaman, MacDondald, Silva Lopes, Dunkley, Evans.

Leeds United starting XI: Peacock-Farrell, Douglas, Dallas, Jansson, Cooper (c), Klich, Phillips, Hernandez, Alioski, Forshaw, Roofe. Subs: Blackman, Clarke, Shackleton, Harrison, Baker, Saiz, Roberts.