It’s been a difficult international break for Leeds United, who have lost a number of key players to injury ahead of their clash with Millwall at the weekend.
Leeds made an announcement on Thursday night, with the club offering a detailed look at their absentees and how long they were expected to be on the sidelines for.
It didn’t make good reading for supporters, with another key run of fixtures on the horizon for Marcelo Bielsa, who is looking to establish his side in the promotion race ahead of October’s international break.
The side he fields at Millwall will be missing some key players, most notably in attack, with Patrick Bamford and Kemar Roofe both missing.
Despite a limited number of forwards, it is unlikely we will see Bielsa move away from his 4-1-4-1 system too much at Millwall.
However, we take a look at THREE different ways he could set up that formation at the New Den…
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