Leeds confirmed line-up v Wolves: 23-year-old omitted
By Dominic Toner
Leeds have made no changes to their starting XI for the Championship game against Wolves on Monday.
The Whites host Wolves at Elland Road in the league and will be looking to consolidate their position in the play-off spots.
Garry Monk has decided to make no alterations to his side from the team that drew 1-1 away to Newcastle in their last match, when Chris Wood scored a dramatic 95th minute equaliser.
Charlie Taylor, 23, has once again been omitted from Monk’s side and will have to make do with a place on the bench.
The left-back has been unable to force his way back into the squad ahead of Gaetano Berardi, who has become a key figure in the Whites backline.
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Meanwhile, 18-year-old Ronaldo Vieira missed the draw against Newcastle through illness and has been unable to recover in time for the Wolves clash.
Leeds have announced their starting line-up on their official Twitter account.
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Leeds have just four games remaining to stay in the top six and all their hard work this season is in danger of being ruined.
They are currently fifth-placed in the table on 73 points and have looked a certain for the play-offs for most of the campaign.
However, sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday are just a point further back on 72 and chasers Fulham are on 70 points.
Monk’s side have just one victory in their last four matches and are desperate need of a positive result against Wolves.
Paul Lambert’s side are 16th-placed in the table and some of their players may already be thinking about next season.
Monk will be eyeing all three points against Wolves, before the Yorkshire club face games against Burton, Norwich and Wigan in their remaining fixtures.
In other Leeds team news, Green has revealed he is not afraid to have a go at his younger teammates.