How Leeds should line up v Fulham

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Felix Wiedwald (Goalkeeper) – German goalkeeper Wiedwald should retain his spot between the sticks after he picked up his first clean sheet of the season against Preston, with Rob Green still overcoming a knee injury.[spacer height=”20px”]

Luke Ayling (Right Back) – Ayling was perhaps the best player in the white of Leeds on Saturday and he is almost a shoe-in to retain his place on the right of defence, after he started all three of the Whites fixtures so far.[spacer height=”20px”]

Pontus Jansson (Centre-back) – Although the Sweden international was shaky on his return to the side against Preston, he must retain his place in order to continually develop a relationship with Liam Cooper.[spacer height=”20px”]

Liam Cooper (Centre-back) – Cooper must surely be one of the first names on the team sheet after he retained the captain’s armband against Preston, and keeping target man Jordan Hugill at bay.[spacer height=”20px”]

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Left-back) – an impressive first Championship start for the Manchester United loanee saw him whip a number of dangerous balls into the Preston box, as well as remaining defensively solid at the back. I believe Borthwick-Jackson should start with Gaetano Berardi still out injured.[spacer height=”20px”]

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