Exclusive; Leeds United Manager has some tough decisions to make ahead of QPR visit”

Daniel Farke, the manager of Leeds, must make some difficult choices before Queens Park Rangers visit on Wednesday night. The Leeds manager faced harsh criticism for keeping faith with the same starting lineup that had defeated Watford the week prior, which included Liam Cooper. Joe Rodon was not recalled to the lineup for the match at St. Mary’s.

Prior to their trip to St Mary’s, the Whites had gone six games without a loss. They will be seeking for a response against a squad that has just two points after four games against them. They dropped to 22nd in the Championship after last weekend’s 3-1 home loss to Coventry City.




Morgan Fox, a Welsh international left defender who suffered a knee injury last weekend, is anticipated to miss this match for QPR. Jake Clarke-Salter is prepared to take his place. After recovering from an injury, Jimmy Dunne might start for Gareth Ainsworth’s team. After serving a three-game suspension for getting sent off against Sunderland, Jack Colback is now eligible for selection. Lyndon Dykes might be replaced up front by Sinclair Armstrong.

Stuart Dallas, Junior Firpo, Djed Spence, Wilfred Gnonto, and Djed Spence are all missing for Leeds, although Patrick Bamford might get some extra playing time after his weekend cameo. Glen Kamara might be forced to the bench if Archie Gray is successful in getting back into the starting lineup. Jaidon Anthony, who has made four substitute appearances and shown promise, might take Dan James’ place on the wing.

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