Leeds United take on Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road, looking to get a win and go back top of the table.
2️⃣ changes for #QPR tonight.— QPR FC (@QPR) February 26, 2019
✅ Wells starts
| #LUFC Starting XI presented by @Ladbrokes:— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 26, 2019
Casilla, Alioski, Cooper (c), Jansson, Ayling, Phillips, Klich, Roberts, Harrison, Hernandez, Bamford pic.twitter.com/uN1CTQnV6t
Just as Marcelo Bielsa said in the press conference yesterday, the starting XI is unchanged for Leeds after the win over Bolton Wanderers, with Gaetano Berardi and Barry Douglas making the bench. Queens Park Rangers have a couple changes, but otherwise look to be about the same team that has lost the last seven Championship matches in a row and have also crashed out of the FA Cup at the hands of Watford FC after beating Leeds and Portsmouth in the third and fourth rounds of the FA Cup respectively.
Leeds should be able to win here and perhaps they’ll get some revenge for the FA Cup loss in West London from earlier in the year.