Leeds United will be looking to build on the win against Fulham when they take on Luton Town at Elland Road in the Championship on Tuesday evening.
The Whites got the better of Fulham 3-0 at home this past Saturday afternoon to enhance their chances of finishing in the top two of the Championship table this season.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side will head into the match against Luton at home on Tuesday evening as favourites.
Bielsa is unlikely to make any changes to his backline from the team that started against Fulham at the weekend.
Kalvin Phillips and Mateusz Klich will be deployed in midfield, with Patrick Bamford leading line despite the striker being taken off at the half-time interval against the Cottagers.
Bamford scored against the London club, and it is very likely that the former Chelsea and Nottingham Forest striker will start against Luton as well.
Helder Costa was also taken off at half time, and his replacement Ezgjan Alioski scored in the 56th minute and had a better game.
However, the Wolverhampton Wanderers-owned 26-year-old winger should start again, with 28-year-old winger Alioski having to settle for a place on the substitutes’ bench.
Pablo Hernandez replaced Bamford and was arguably the best player on the pitch in the second half.
Bielsa is likely to include the Spanish attacking midfielder in his starting lineup, with Tyler Roberts – who can operate as a striker, winger or attacking midfielder – dropping to the substitutes’ bench.
This is how Leeds are likely to start against Luton at Elland Road in the Championship this evening.