It didn’t seem so long ago that Leeds United were looking forward to their return to the Premier League, and yet in a blink of an eye, the season is almost over.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have enjoyed a quite incredible first season back in the top-flight, enjoying some truly special performances and results.
But this afternoon’s final day clash against West Brom might just be the cherry on the cake, especially given that fans will finally be allowed in at Elland Road to see their Premier League dreams right in front of their very eyes.
The Leeds boss also has some major decisions to make regarding a few players who are set to leave the club this summer, while he may also be tempted to hand out a few debuts too.
And, with that in mind, below is a look at how Leeds might line up when West Brom turn up to Elland Road on Sunday afternoon.
In goal, Illan Meslier will be hoping to end the Premier League season with a third successive clean sheet after shutting out Burnley and Southampton in the last couple of games.
With Diego Llorente out injured, the Leeds manager may opt to give Gaetano Berardi a send-off in front of the home fans.
Further ahead, if Bielsa decides to axe Gjanni Alioski from the starting line-up, then 19-year-old starlet Jack Jenkins could make his full debut for the club after coming on as a half-time substitute in the FA Cup clash against Crawley Town earlier this season.
The club also confirmed that Pablo Hernandez would be leaving the club in the summer like Berardi, and given everything the Spaniard has done for the Whites over the years, he surely deserves to have the chance to say goodbye to the Elland Road faithful.
Hernandez could replace his fellow Spaniard, Rodrigo, with the rest of the line-up remaining the same.
Predicted XI: Meslier; Ayling, Cooper, Berardi; Phillips, Jenkins, Dallas, Hernandez; Harrison, Raphinha, Bamford.