Loads of Leeds fans have been giving their verdict on Marcelo Bielsa’s team selection ahead of the clash with Reading, and they’re desperate to see Samuel Saiz back in the starting XI.
Leeds suffered a big setback before the international break, but Tuesday’s match against Reading represents a huge chance to get back on track.
The Whites beat Bristol City with ease on Saturday, and it was thanks in no small part to Saiz’s influence off the bench.
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Grabbing six points in the space of four days would help fans forget all about the humiliation at the Hawthorns, and fans want Saiz to start Tuesday’s match against Reading.
The crafty Spaniard has dropped to the bench in the last few weeks, but now has two assists in his last 38 minutes of action, perhaps benefitting from playing against tired legs.
The 27-year-old is in much better form than Gjanni Alioski, and the Macedonian international may receive a similar boost from coming off the bench.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, where fans are practically begging Bielsa to make the change…
Saiz gotta start tomorrow night
— Steven Skidmore (@steskid86) November 26, 2018
Samu has to start alongside Mateusz, Marcelo then has to decide how to fit Kalvin and Adam into the same side
— Richard Lang (@richardlang05) November 26, 2018
Should he starting at home for the creativity
— James Walton (@james77walton) November 26, 2018
Don’t understand this one , with Saiz in the team we are a lot more balanced. When he plays it gives our opponents something to be frightened of . It a no brainier. There has to more to this story?
— Stuart Weinstock (@StuartWeinstoc1) November 26, 2018
#lufc not great today. Did just enough. Alioski poor again. Need to be starting Saiz and Clarke on Tuesday. Halme looks a prospect too..
— Nick Phipps (@NickPhipps1974) November 24, 2018
— BielsaBallFC (@LufcConnor_) November 26, 2018
Saiz must start from now on end of #lufc
— Scott Dickinson (@ScottDickinson2) November 24, 2018