Thomas Christiansen must decide whether to be old and reshuffle his Leeds squad against Fulham on Tuesday night or place more faith in his previous starting eleven.
The former APOEL Nicosia manager watched his Leeds squad at home to Preston on Saturday, as Alex Neil’s side kept the Yorkshire giants at bay to draw 0-0 and earn a point.
The Yorkshire giants failed to earn all three points against the Lilywhites despite having golden chances through Chris Wood, Ezgjan Alioski and Chris Wood to snatch Christiansen’s third win on the bounce against 10 men.
The 44-year-old now faces his toughest test yet as Leeds boss since joining the club in the summer, as the Whites play host to Slavisa Jokanovic’s Fulham at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
Football Weeks considers Leeds’ best possible starting eleven to face the Cottagers, including three changes that will see an attacking duo axed and a 26-year-old make his first Championship start in Leeds colours.