Leeds vs Millwall: Match preview
The Leeds squad will also try to win in this match in order to stay at the head of the standings and after many years of waiting to get back to where they belong and that is the Premier League. Millwall on the other hand also has a solid season and are just eight points behind Leeds.
Leeds will play in this match without key player Kalvin Phillips, who has been suspended for three games after receiving a red card against QPR in the last match. Leeds newcomer Ian Poveda, who arrived from Manchester City club a few days ago, could make his debut in this important match. Forshaw and Roberts will also miss the match as Gaetano Berardi returns to the squad after injury.
Ryan Leonard, who was injured in the first bout between the two teams, is still injured, with Tom Elliott joining him on the injured list. Ryan Woods’ new reinforcement could compete in the middle, especially as Shaun Williams received three suspension games for a red card against Stoke.
Marcelo Bielsa’s team has not been playing well lately, so they have been without a win in their last three meetings and have suffered two defeats with one draw in the period. In the last round, Leeds was defeated in a match against QPR, and that match ended with a result of 1: 0.
As for Millwall, it is certain that this team has a Premier League placement as their primary goal this season. Still, this is certainly going to be a difficult task. Namely, after the 28th round, Millwall ranks eighth on the table.
Leeds: Kiko Casilla; Luke Ayling, Ben White, Liam Cooper, Ezgjan Alioski; Stuart Dallas, Jamie Shackleton, Mateusz Klich; Pablo Hernández, Jack Harrison, Patrick Bamford.
Millwall: Bartosz Bialkowski; Mahlon Romeo, Shaun Hutchinson, Jake Cooper, Murray Wallace; Jed Wallace, Jayson Molumby, Ryan Woods, Shane Ferguson; Tom Bradshaw, Matt Smith.
The impression is that finally, after a long time, it is time for one victory for Leeds, which for a long time does not resemble itself. Hand to heart, Millwall has been playing great in recent times, but the impression is that Leeds’ new failure would be too much.
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