Leeds United face Leicester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night, but Whites fans are divided on the team selection for the game.
While the Yorkshire outfit have done brilliantly to reach the last 16 after beating Burnley on penalties at Turf Moor in the previous round, they are also right in the Championship promotion race as they currently lie in fourth position in the standings.
Having lost four of their last five league games prior to their 3-0 win against Bristol City at Ashton Gate on Saturday however, manager Thomas Christiansen may decide to ring the changes against the Premier League winners with an important fixture against third-place Sheffield United to come at Elland Road on Friday night.
Leeds supporters have been having their say on the conundrum via social media, and they are divided with their opinions.
While some believe Christiansen should “change the whole team” to keep them fresh for the visit of the Blades, others believe they have a good chance of winning if they “put a strong side out”.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
I'd love to see us advance in the cup tbh. Could see a big draw in the next round.
— Petter-Andre (@petter_andre) October 24, 2017
Change the whole team for me. It’s a game we could really do without, the big game is Friday.
— . (@robw123q) October 24, 2017
Playing a similar team to Sat will be great for Sheff U!! Have to be sensible here. Same sort of team as at Burnley I'd say….
— LEEDSUNITED_MAD ⚡️ (@LeedsUnited_MAD) October 24, 2017
Need changes tonight, Friday is our main focus, must leave out key players so they can get back in training tomorrow with time to prepare
— Ben (@leedsarehere) October 24, 2017
Got to make a lot of changes. Not only to rest players but to show the rest of the squad you hav faith in them.👍
— Diddlysquat (@markrikko) October 24, 2017
Ring the changes. Not bothered about the cup. Rather have a better chance of getting three points against a strong Sheffield United side
— Marc Baulk (@MarcBaulk) October 24, 2017
Appleton seemed to hint that he will ring the changes.
Let's take the opportunity and put a strong side out.
— King Christiansen (@lufcmatchstats) October 24, 2017