COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
Leeds manager Garry Monk is expected to make just one change for the Friday evening Championship clash with Brighton.
The former Swansea boss is likely to recall Stuart Dallas to the starting eleven following the 2-0 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday evening.
This could result in Souleymane Doukara being dropped from the line-up for the 25-year-old attacker.
Leeds are expected to name an unchanged defence, which managed a clean sheet against a strong Villa forward line.
Ahead of them will likely see midfield duo Kalvin Phillips and Ronaldo Vieira with the two youth graduates forming a solid pairing in the centre of the park.
Dallas will be expected to operate on the left wing of an attacking midfield three alongside Kemar Roofe and Hadi Sacko.
The latter duo caused big problems to Aston Villa’s back four on Saturday and Roofe even got on the score sheet with a header.
Striker Chris Wood is likely to retain his place as the team’s spearhead.
The New Zealand international has been in scintillating form for the club this season with 13 goals in 23 fixtures and is one of the main reason’s why Leeds are performing so well in the league.
The Yorkshire giants are currently occupying fourth place in the Championship league table, while Brighton are sat seven points above them in second.
It is set to be an enthralling encounter between two of the second tier’s best teams and it will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 a 7.45pm.
In other Leeds team news, Pontus Jansson has given an update on his future at the club.