The big selection dilemma Redfearn faces ahead of Leeds' match against Rotherham

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Leeds United take on Rotherham United on the final day of the Championship season.

Neil Redfearn has a selection dilemma to ponder ahead of what could be his final match as Leeds United’s head coach.

Redfearn's contract expires at the end of the season and reports in the Daily Star have suggested that he is not expecting to stay on.

That will be a disappointment for many Leeds fans, but Redfearn may have one more chance to impress Massimo Cellino when his side take on Rotherham United on Saturday.

Leeds host the Millers looking to end their season in style, but the biggest poser for Redfearn may not be deciding who to start outfield.

Leeds' line-up is starting to pick itself, with a number of players cementing their positions in the team, but Redfearn will need to decide on a goalkeeper at the weekend.

The Yorkshire Evening Post have reported that Marco Silvestri will return from an injury that has kept him out of the side's last two games, but Stuart Taylor has provided able cover in his absence.

Taylor has had to wait a long time for a first-team opportunity at Leeds, but he has taken his chance and helped the side to end their run of five straight defeats.

The former Manchester City man has kept goal reliably for the past two fixtures - against Charlton Athletic and Sheffield Wednesday - and Redfearn now faces a choice of whether to go with him or to restore Silvestri.

The Italian stopper has been one of Leeds' star players this season, but his decision to pull out of the Yorkshire outfit's match against Charlton at the last minute reportedly angered Redfearn and only a big change of opinion will see him come back into the team.

The Daily Star has said that Redfearn won't pick Silvestri again, but by leaving him out he could be harming his own chances of landing his current post on a long-term basis.

One of the complaints Cellino seemingly has with Redfearn's leadership is that he hasn't been able to improve any of the Whites' summer signings - with the club's English players generally favoured - and by sticking with Taylor, Redfearn could risk further aggravating the owner.

It would be a message to the board that he will always stick to his principles, though, and Redfearn will need to reach a decision before the weekend as to how he will approach this potential selection problem.

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