Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(60) 49 Goals 35 (64)
(45) 30 Assists 28 (45)
(6.7) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.8 (6.6)
28.5 Average Age 30.5
181.9 Average Height (cm) 180.9
(1) 1.2 Shots pg 0.9 (0.9)
(48%) 45% Aerial Duel Success 52% (51%)
(0.6) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.6)
(1.4) 1.4 Tackles pg 1.3 (1.4)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Kalvin Phillips Out 7.01
Gaetano Berardi Out 6.85
Diego Llorente Out 6.9
Adam Forshaw Out N/A
Liam Cooper Doubtful 7.06
Player Reason Status Rating
Timothy Castagne Out 6.82
Wilfred Ndidi Out 7.25
Ricardo Pereira Out 6.61
Daniel Amartey Out 6.4
Çaglar Söyüncü Out 6.74
Jonny Evans Doubtful 6.87

Team News

  • Marcelo Bielsa could make just one change to the side that won at Aston Villa last time out.
  • Jamie Shackleton replaced Pascal Struijk in midfield early in the first half and the youngster may start at the Dutchman's expense.
  • Bielsa remains without Kalvin Phillips, Gaetano Berardi and Diego Llorente ruled out.
  • Liam Cooper is back and could return here, while Adam Forshaw will first play for the U23s before being considered for the first-team.
  • Timothy Castagne joins Caglar Soyuncu, Daniel Amartey, Wilfred Ndidi and Ricardo Pereira on the sidelines.
  • Jonny Evans faces a late fitness test and Brendan Rodgers will give the defender every chance to prove his fitness.
  • Rodgers may continue with a three-man defence, with Marc Albrighton featuring at right wing-back and Jamie Vardy spearheading the attack.


  • Leeds put in a superb showing at Aston Villa last time out, as a Patrick Bamford-inspired showing saw the Whites come away from Villa Park with a 3-0 win. They've won just once at Elland Road this season and Marcelo Bielsa will hope to follow up last week's victory with a fourth win of the campaign.
  • Leicester have won three successive matches, following up their win over Zorya with victories at Arsenal and AEK Athens. The Foxes have won all three away league matches this season, but come into the trip to Leeds with key players absent.
  • Leeds' high tempo will disrupt Leicester's approach, but the Foxes are often good for a goal, especially with Jamie Vardy excelling on the road. This promises to be an entertaining encounter as Leicester make the trip to Elland Road for the first time since 2014 and the spoils may be shared on Monday night as the two teams cancel one another out.

User Predictions

Comments (30)

  • This season is so f*cking unpredictable

  • @falcon_ranger This is predictable, Bielsa will fall bad.

  • I feel relieved when Leeds lose, because of the fancy complicated useless tactics of Bielsa

  • @Yman haha his football is too intensive eh :? dunno how he will cope with boxing day fixtures or 2nd half of the season.

  • @Yman ok football expert, how you explain the championship promotion? that is an incredible feature that cannot be achieved with useless tactics

  • @hughcross So every manager succeeds of a promotion would be called a genius? Do you want me to list a number of similar managers who have never been praised nor mentioned before? Bielsa never achieved anything in his managerial live.

  • @Yman - How about this list: before him, Leeds have finished with 57 points in 2014, 56 points in 2015, 59 in 2016, 75 in 2017 and 60 points in 2018. With him, they've collected 83 and 93. Fancy complicated useless manager indeed :-D I guess it's only incidental that many top managers cite him as an inspiration too. But surely they don't know what they're talking about and you're the misunderstood genius who knows everything better.

  • @andrew7taylor I can give you similar examples of Division 1 managers who've achieved better than that, for instance, Brighton's German manager, who managed Schalke after that and got sacked. Wanna bet that Bielsa would be sacked by the end of this season?

  • @Yman - Brighton hasn't had a German manager in its 119 year history. They don't even have a manager to coach any German club after leaving Brighton either, let alone Schalke specifically. He's such a legend that you don't even know his name, but he's better than Bielsa :D Surely if you're going to make up things, at least you couldn't make up stuff that isn't so easy to check?

  • @andrew7taylor Sorry I meant Huddersfield Town and their former manager David Wagner.

  • 0-0

  • This leicester lineup... they cant win

  • @Ndt07 really

  • 1-2

  • 2-1

  • I wonder if Leicester will fight for possession?

  • 2-2 Bamford / Vardy

  • 1-0 Rodrigo

  • wow what a match! im too excited for night

  • leeds are a good side so i will take a draw 1-1

  • surely who scored . com you have got it wrong by naming spurs player jack clarke in the leeds team. he did play on loan for them back in 2019 . unless injured jack harrison will play wide left

  • @Foxeyrod whoops, honest mistake - both names next to one another in the dropdown. Thanks for flagging, have changed.

  • @BenMcAleer1 Hello Admin, Is there any setting or options where I can only see Major leagues fixture in Main page. I have no interest in stupid leagues like Championship and other tiers of English football. I just want to see Top 6 European fixtures, not some Chinese, Brazilian or stupid MLS fixtures and not at all most stupid lower tiers of English football.

  • @saudes yeah, if you hit the star next to the leagues, it’ll at them to your ‘favourites’ along the top dropdown next to the ‘detailed tournaments’

  • @BenMcAleer1 hello admin, when are you going to add the Division 1 for Djibouti??

  • @craigofficial hahahaha

  • @saudes Speak for yourself.

  • @Bepone Dude, Learn to comprehend, I said settings or options not the general screen, you can be interested in 10th tier of English football, Why I am forced to see that fixture above my beloved Bundesliga or Eredivisie. Except English people, no one is interested between the contest of Coventry & Wimbledon. Also, kiddo you're here from 2016, I am on this website from 2012 and this website is pretty good (Except screwed up ratings & Anglophilia) for quick score check & they take constructive criticism. Don't be a snow-flake.Also, you're deluded if you think People will care more about English lower tier more than Bundesliga or Eredivisie.

  • @saudes You need help bro

  • @kopwill You need a coherent brain.