Leeds United travel to south Wales to face Cardiff City in a top-of-the-table Championship clash at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday night, and Whites fans want to see Stuart Dallas handed his first league start of the season.
Despite impressing in his appearances in the EFL Cup and scoring twice from the substitutes’ bench for the Championship leaders this term, Dallas is yet to be named in Thomas Christiansen’s starting line-up in the Yorkshire outfit’s previous nine English second-tier fixtures.
However, a trip to face Neil Warnock’s men is something of a tough task for the early pacesetters as Cardiff are only behind the Whites on goal difference.
Having lost 1-0 at Millwall in their last away match, Christiansen may be considering making changes and adding some more strength and guile to his midfield in particular.
Leeds supporters were quick to have their say on what the starting line-up should be via social media, and many are keen for Dallas to be handed a place in the XI.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
My #LUFC team for tonight: Felix; Ayling, Jansson, Cooper, Berardi; O'Kane, Vieira; Alioski, Saiz, Dallas; Lasogga
— James Marshment (@marshyleeds) September 26, 2017
Don't mind that, bit more defensive minded with Dallas, but the ability to score as well. Berardi to toughen up LB 👌🏻. Anita's good, but 1/2
— Jordan Phillips (@JordyP1993) September 26, 2017
Drop pablo and alloski tonight play Dallas and roofe #lufc
— jack billau (@jbillau) September 26, 2017
Need some grafters tonight. Dallas for Hernandez, Berardi for Anita, Jansson for Conner, Viera on the bench etc. #lufc
— Tony H (@Rumoydin) September 26, 2017
Think Dallas & Berardi to start tonight. #lufc
— Neil Gibbins (@gib1974) September 26, 2017
Would like to see dallas get a start, he is more prepared for physical battle than alioski #lufc
— Peter Evans (@Superpete85) September 26, 2017
Would start Roofe and Dallas tonight. Hernandez and Alioski off the bench #lufc
— Irish_Leeds (@Irish_Leeds) September 26, 2017
Berardi left back, Dallas left wing please. Three points, top of the table #lufc
— Tom Huffinley (@TomHuffinley) September 26, 2017