By Dominic Toner
Leeds have made three changes to their starting XI for the league clash at home to Brighton on Saturday.
The Whites host Brighton at Elland Road and will be looking to consolidate their positions inside the play-off positions.
Garry Monk has decided to make two alterations to his side form the team that drew 0-0 against QPR in their last game.
Luke Ayling, Kemar Roofe and Pontus Jansson have been dropped from the QPR draw.
Meanwhile, Charlie Taylor, Liam Cooper and Hadi Sacko have come into the side.
Ayling, 25, has been ruled out through suspension after picking up his 10th yellow card of the season against QPR.
Leeds have announced their starting line-up on their official Twitter account.
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Leeds have drawn their last two consecutive games and are now nervously looking over their shoulders.
The Yorkshire giants have occupied a top six spot for the majority of the season and will be desperate to be in the promotion mix-up at the end of the campaign.
They are fifth-placed in the league table and have a five-point cushion over Fulham.
Meanwhile, upcoming opponents Brighton are second and look in pole position to gain an automatic promotion.
They have a six-point gap over nearest rivals Huddersfield and could take a giant stride towards Premier League football next season with a victory.
In other Leeds team news, Vinnie Jones has predicted the outcome of the Brighton match.