Leeds fans were split on the performance of Jack Harrison on Friday night, but should the youngster get the nod after the international break?
Harrison wasn’t perfect during the 0-0 draw with Middlesbrough, but while some fans felt he was a little wasteful, at least he was trying to make things happen.
Tony Pulis’ side set up exactly as expected, and Harrison’s constant running and desire to make things happen was the one spark in an otherwise cagey affair, even if everything he tried didn’t come off.
Of course, the youngster was only playing because Pablo Hernandez missed the match with an injury, but should he stay in the line-up once Hernandez returns?
Hernandez will definitely come back into the side as the most creative player in the squad, so could it be Ezgjan Alioski that drops out?
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The 26 year-old has been the least effective of that attacking trio behind Kemar Roofe, and Harrison’s runs could actually be very effective with Hernandez threading the ball through.
Alioski would also be an excellent weapon to have off the bench, and bringing him on against tired legs could mask his inconsistencies.
So, Leeds fans, do you think Harrison should replace Alioski after the international break? Or stick with the side that has started the season so well? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…