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Leeds United team news and predicted XI vs Fulham

All the latest team news from Elland Road

Leeds United are looking to re-ignite their survival push as they travel to Craven Cottage on Saturday lunchtime, in the wake of a fortnight to forget for the Yorkshire side.

The Elland Road outfit have shipped 11 goals at the hands of Crystal Palace and Liverpool as they hover just two points above the relegation zone, meaning that their goal difference advantage over those below them has been largely wiped out.

With three defeats in their last five Premier League outings, Leeds now face a Fulham side that recorded their first win in six last weekend, and will be hoping that the absence of star striker Mitrovic hands them the chance of a vital three points at Craven Cottage.

But Leeds have their own injury concerns too, as we explain below.

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Neither Tyler Adams or Stuart Dallas will be available for Leeds’ trip to South London, with very real concerns that Adams may not feature again this season after suffering a hamstring injury before the international break.

One man who could make a comeback is striker Patrick Bamford, who has been struggling with a calf injury. However, Gracia revealed that it will be touch and go as to whether the Englishman will be able to make the trip to Craven Cottage.

The same can be said of January addition Maximilian Wober, who has been missing since the international break with a hamstring injury.

“He was injured for the last two weeks. For the last game he was available but only trained for one or two days. I think now he is in a better condition to help the team and we will decide about the players for the next game”, Gracia told the media.


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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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