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Hernandez & Clarke To Start In Midfield | 4-1-4-1 Leeds United Predicted Lineup vs Hull City

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Ayush Chaurasia
Sports Management Graduate. Wannabe sports manager/writer and researcher. If not found disscussing about sports, will be seen talking about movies or tv shows. Miserable rest of the times.

Leeds United can’t seem to do anything wrong at the moment as they recorded another win in the late stages of the game as they scored twice in stoppage time against Blackburn Rovers to take home all three points. They are six points clear from the playoff spot and everything seems hunky dory at Elland Road.

They have another home game against Hull City this weekend, and the last time these two teams met, the Whites ran out 1-0 winners. The Tigers though are on a good run of form at the moment as they have won four of their last five games and are undefeated in their previous six matches. However, there is no tougher assignment in the Championship at the moment than a trip to the West Yorkshire.

Team News 

Liam Cooper, Gaetano Berardi and Stuart Dallas are still some time away from recovering from their injury. Patrick Bamford can be in the squad after he missed the midweek game through a minor knee injury. Jamal Blackman is out due to a foot injury.

Leeds United predicted lineup vs Hull City

Formation (4-1-4-1)


Bailey Peacock Farrell has hardly worked in goal given the amount of possession the Whites have in their game. But he could be required to make some saves against a resurgent Hull City side. Hopefully, the young starlet will not make any more mistakes like the one he made against Blackburn in the last match. 

Pontus Jansson and Kalvin Phillips have done well as a partnership at the back, and they are likely to continue playing in the heart of the defence. Barry Douglas is always a significant threat while going forward and he is expected to start from the left side of the defence. Luke Ayling hasn’t been at his best after coming back from injury, but he should keep his place on the right.


Adam Forshaw has done well in the past few games as he has filled in for Kalvin Phillips in the deepest role in midfield. He should start there once again. Pablo Hernandez has been shifted to the central areas, and that has been a masterstroke from Bielsa. The Spaniard is likely to be partnered by Mateusz Klich who has been the mainstay this season in midfield.

Jack Harrison improved in the last game against Rovers, but it’s high time that Bielsa hands a start to Jack Clarke. The 18-year-old should start down the left. Ezgjan Alioski has been starting on the right in the past few games, and he is expected to play there once again.


Kemar Roofe works extremely hard and often tracks back even though he is a striker. His scoring record so far this season has been brilliant, and he is set to lead the line once again.

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