Leeds come into this game against promotion rivals Aston Villa on the back of four wins in their last five league games, as Leeds look to cement their place in the play-offs.
Last time out Leeds picked up an impressive three points on the road at Yorkshire rivals Rotherham.
Chris Wood and Souleymane Doukara’s goals were enough to get Leeds back to winning ways following their defeat to Newcastle the previous week.
Monk’s men can expect a tougher test this time out, when they come up against an in-from Aston Villa team who are yet to be beaten under their new boss, Steve Bruce.
Leeds were knocked out of the EFL Cup during the week by Liverpool, with Monk making several changes to the team that defeated Rotherham, but he could make more changes for the Villa game, bringing the rested players back into the team.
If Garry Monk plays this 4-2-3-1 team, Leeds will surely beat Aston Villa…