Leeds confirmed line-up v Sheffield Wednesday: Monk makes two changes
By Dominic Toner
Leeds have made two changes to their starting XI for the home match against Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship.
The Whites host their Yorkshire rivals on Saturday afternoon in the league and will be looking to continue their strong home form, having won seven of their last eight matches at Elland Road.
They won the previous meeting against Wednesday 2-0 back in August and will be desperate for a repeat scoreline.
Garry Monk has decided to make two alterations to his side from the team that drew 1–1 with Ipswich last Saturday.
Liam Bridcutt and Souleymane Doukara have come into the side, while Ronaldo Vieira and Stuart Dallas drop out.
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Leeds have announced their starting line-up on their official Twitter account.
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Leeds will be hoping to bounce back from their draw with Ipswich and consolidate their place in the play-off positions.
Monk’s side are currently fifth-placed in the league table and are still expected to finish in the top six after a strong campaign.
Meanwhile, Wednesday are sixth-placed in the league and are only behind Leeds on goal difference.
Both teams are aware of Fulham and Norwich chasing them down, meaning the three points on offer Saturday are huge.
In other Leeds team news, David Prutton predicts the clash against Sheffield Wednesday.