By Emma Sanders
Gary Monk should make several changes to his Leeds side to avoid a third consecutive match without a victory.
Young midfielder Ronaldo Vieira has impressed in his performances this season and should be handed a start in place of Kalvin Phillips, who has been relatively poor in recent weeks.
The midfielder has been filling in for captain Liam Bridcutt but was outclassed against Derby and wasn’t overly impressive against Wigan either.
Kemar Roofe did not flourish when recalled on Tuesday night but he should be given another chance at the weekend as he can offer more pace and trickery on the left wing than the more one-dimensional Alex Mowatt.
Roofe should start ahead of Mowatt in Monk’s favoured 4-2-3-1 system to offer a more attacking threat with Hadi Sacko lining-up on the right side.
Marcus Antonsson has made a few bright substitute appearances and should be given a rare opportunity to start against Wolves.
Leading scorer Chris Wood would be the man to make way but he has had a hectic schedule over the last month and can make an impact later in the game.
Pablo Hernandez should sit behind the centre-forward too and create chances from midfield.
The back four should remain the same, with Pontus Jansson excelling hugely in the centre-back role whilst Charlie Taylor continues to perform consistently at left-back.
In the latest Leeds team news, Gary Monk could name a relatively unchanged side in the expected XI against Wolves.