It’s Leeds United v QPR this weekend as the Whites travel to Loftus Road to see if they can keep their mini streak of form up.
The Whites appear to have picked their form up in recent games and a win away from home would be a big boost in their top six charge.
Should Kemar Roofe play, though? Our writers have their take…
It depends on the fitness of Pablo Hernandez.
If Hernandez is unavailable, Roofe is the obvious choice to come in on the left.
However, if Christiansen has a fully fit squad, it is hard to see Roofe starting tomorrow.
The 24-year-old could still have a crucial role to play off the bench.
No, he should be on the bench.
Roofe didn’t do enough when he came on against Villa and Leeds have better options in that role.
He’s a useful option as a sub, but there’s no way he should be starting when you look at the options Thomas Christiansen has.
Roofe has proven himself time and time again this season but has still failed to nail down a regular starting role, and perhaps it is time Christiansen showed more faith in the player.
Roofe has the ability to cause QPR a lot of problems at the weekend, and I would certainly consider giving the former Oxford man the nod.