By Alex Stevens
Pablo Hernandez has been omitted from the Leeds team that faces Wolves in the Championship on Saturday.
The Spanish playmaker is replaced by Ronaldo Vieira as manager Garry Monk makes one change from the side that drew 1-1 against Wigan on Tuesday night.
It has been reported on Twitter that Hernandez is absent with a dead leg sustained at Elland Road in midweek.
Monk keeps faith with the other 10 players who started against Wigan, as Kemar Roofe keeps his place on the left side on the attack.
Kalvin Phillips is set to be pushed forward into the No10 role usually occupied by Hernandez, with Vieira expected to slot into central midfield alongside Eunan O’Kane.
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Leeds are at Molineux for the league clash that kicks off at 3pm and pits Garry Monk’s 15th-placed side against the 17th-positioned home side.
Leeds have won five of their last eight matches in all competitions, including four out of seven league encounters, and Saturday’s game against Wolves presents a chance to climb up the league table.
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