Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United will take on Millwall in the Championship this weekend.

Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has told Leeds Live that Pablo Hernandez and Adam Forshaw will not be available for the match against Millwall this weekend.

The West Yorkshire outfit will take on Millwall away from home in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.

Ahead of the game, Bielsa has said that Leeds will be without 34-year-old Hernandez – who can operate as an attacking midfielder or as a winger – and 27-year-old midfielder Forshaw.

Bielsa told Leeds Live about Hernandez and Forshaw: “He is better, but he and Forshaw are not going to be in the group on Saturday.”

Disappointing for Leeds United

Hernandez is one of the best and most creative players in the Championship, and him missing against Millwall will be a blow for Leeds.

True, the Spaniard has not been in great form for the Whites so far this season, but Leeds are always a threat with the former Swansea City star in the team.

As for Forshaw, the 27-year-old is a key figure in the Leeds midfield, and he will be missed against Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

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