Leeds United's predicted line-up against Chelsea at Elland Road - Marcelo Bielsa to make several changes?
Leeds United host Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday lunchtime - but how could the Whites line-up at Elland Road?
Marcelo Bielsa has decisions to make ahead of the visit of the Blues in the top flight this weekend.
With the Argentine's treatment room woes easing slightly, Leeds now have a number of players back and in contention for his Whites matchday squad in LS11.
Kalvin Phillips returned to his starting line-up at West Ham while Rodrigo and Gaetano Berardi were handed a place on the bench.
Pascal Struijk (knock) and Pablo Hernandez (muscle) will miss out this weekend as will long-term absentees Robin Koch (knee) and Adam Forshaw (hip).
Jamie Shackleton, though, is in contention for inclusion after being sidelined since the defeat to Wolves last month.
Chelsea have varied formations under Thomas Tuchel since his arrival, which could see Leeds line-up in either a 4-1-4-1 or a 3-3-1-3 formation depending on how many attackers are chosen.
Here, the YEP select our starting XI that could be deployed in either tactical set-up against this weekend's visitors - and it includes a few changes...