By Russell Edge
Leeds United fans have turned to social media to react to news of an unchanged starting XI for the club’s clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday.
The club announced their line up against the league leaders via their official Twitter account, which confirmed that Thomas Christiansen had chosen not to make any changes from their 2-1 win over Middlesbrough on Sunday.
???? | Tonight's Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:
Lonergan, Ayling, Cooper, Jansson, Berardi, Phillips, Vieira, Alioski, Hernandez, Saiz, Roofe pic.twitter.com/lyo6IAjMJ8
— Leeds United (@LUFC) November 22, 2017
Missing completely from the squad is striker Pierre Michel Lasogga, with Kemar Roofe preferred ahead of Caleb Ekuban, while Stuart Dallas is named on the substitute’s bench after missing out completely against Boro.
Fans were delighted with Christiansen’s decision to keep the faith with his players, and took to Twitter to voice their feelings.
Here, Football Insider has rounded up a selection of the supporters’ best tweets:
Glad he's stuck with same squad… 3 more points hopefully…. on and on #mot
— Adam Argyle (@ArgyleAdam) November 22, 2017
Same again..Did very well last Sunday! #LUFC
— Ken Twamley (@kentwamley) November 22, 2017
Good to see no change from Sunday-come on you mighty whites!!
— Donna Litchfield (@DonnaLitchfiel8) November 22, 2017
Don’t need to change a winning team ????
— Liam (@Liamdestroyer39) November 22, 2017
Fair play – you don't change a winning side. Just hope Hernandez can keep up with the pace with two games in a few days. Come on lads, you've got this ????????????????
— Tony H (@Rumoydin) November 22, 2017
Same line-up ???????????????? these lads were great on Sunday ????⚪️????
— Richie Presley (@RichiePresley82) November 22, 2017
— Lewis Deighton (@LewisUTGaming) November 22, 2017
Same team? What the hell is going on? Gonna do the lotto
— Deano (@DeanoBF) November 22, 2017
Leeds currently sit 12 points adrift of the table toppers, having suffered a dreadful run of form which saw them lost seven of their nine league games prior to the victory at Elland Road, while they are also three points off of Derby County in sixth, the last of the play off places.
The Whites last visited Molineux over a year ago, with Roofe poking home the only goal of the match from a Hadi Sacko cross to secure the three points.
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