Leeds United's predicted line-up at Brentford - how many changes will Marcelo Bielsa make?

LEEDS UNITED will be looking to bounce back from Saturday's Championship defeat at Nottingham Forest when they visit Brentford on Tuesday - but how will they line-up?

Monday, 10th February 2020, 4:42 pm
Updated Monday, 10th February 2020, 5:12 pm
The Whites are back on their travels to Brentford. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa has Kalvin Phillips back from suspension but Tyler Roberts out following a kick to his calf.

This is how we think Leeds will line-up at Griffin Park.

Could be close between Casilla and Ilan Meslier after another unconvincing display at Forest but the Spaniard was again defended by Marcelo Bielsa and will probably get the nod. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.

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The PFA player of the month for December has been first-choice right back for some time and hard to see that changing. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Leeds United's club captain, the centre-back will be desperate to see the Whites return to keeping clean sheets. Picture by James Hardisty.
The Brighton loanee has stepped into midfield of late, attempting to fill the void left by the suspended Kalvin Phillips but Phillips' return will allow White to move back to centre-back. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Another to have moved into midfield of late but likely to start at left back against Brentford with Gjanni Alioski having had a hard time in the position against Forest. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Back available after a three-match ban and Marcelo Bielsa has already confirmed Phillips will start and surely in the holding midfield role. Could replace Gjanni Alioski with Stuart Dallas playing left back. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
All set to start an amazing 80th consecutive league game in centre midfield and likely to benefit from having Kalvin Phillips behind him in the holding midfield role. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Not at his best of late and not necessarily a guaranteed starter but Tyler Roberts - his replacement from the bench at the weekend - is out - and Hernandez's craft could be crucial against the Bees. Picture by Tony Johnson.
Leeds need so much more from their wingers at present but Costa might well get another chance on the right though playing Hernandez out wide with Jamie Shackleton into midfield is a definite option. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Gone off the boil slightly of late having amassed five goals and six assists but still the better of the two wingers at present and will surely start on the left flank. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Subbed for new striker Jean-Kevin Augustin in the second half at Forest but Augustin remains in the adaptation process getting his fitness up so Bamford looks set to start once more in the lone striker role. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.