Leeds United's predicted line-up against Sheffield United with Marcelo Bielsa set for key decisions
Leeds United host Sheffield United in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon - but how could the hosts line-up in LS11?
Marcelo Bielsa has some decisions to make in his starting line-up ahead of a top flight clash with the Blades.
Liam Cooper has returned from illness while Spanish duo Rodrigo and Pablo Hernandez are both available after injury but are lacking match sharpness.
Mateusz Klich's inclusion is still being decided after the Poland international contracted Covid-19 while away with his country on international duty.
Leeds also have a number of first team stars returning from a busy spell of action over the past 10 days or so with their respective countries.
The Whites boss finally has a positive selection headache for the clash.
Paul Heckingbottom usually opts for two up front following his appointment as interim manager and Leeds will select a back three to take on a two-man attack if it is the case once again.
Here's how the Yorkshire Evening Post would line-up against the Blades, in a 3-3-1-3 formation that is interchangeable if required: