Team news: Two changes for West Ham clash
Starting XI announced.
Leeds United face West Ham United in their final away fixture of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign today, and head coach Sam Allardyce has made a total of two changes to the starting line-up.
Adam Forshaw and Pascal Struijk are introduced to the starting XI, replacing the suspended Junior Firpo and Sam Greenwood.
Joel Robles remains in-between the posts, with defenders Max Wöber, Rasmus Kristensen, captain Luke Ayling and Robin Koch joining Struijk in the backline.
Forshaw joins Weston McKennie in our midfield, whilst Jack Harrison, Rodrigo and Patrick Bamford cover our attacking positions.
Featuring alongside Greenwood on the substitutes bench this afternoon is goalkeeper Illan Meslier, Crysencio Summerville, Willy Gnonto, Brenden Aaronson, Marc Roca, Georginio Rutter, Jeremiah Mullen and we see the return of Liam Cooper in a matchday squad.
Today’s match kicks-off at 1.30pm and is live on Sky Sports. For those not in attendance at the London Stadium, you can follow the live Leeds United blog online here.
Starting XI: Robles (GK), Ayling (C), Forshaw, Koch, Bamford, Harrison, Rodrigo, Struijk, Kristensen, McKennie, Wöber.
Substitutes: Meslier (GK), Cooper, Aaronson, Roca, Summerville, Rutter, Gnonto, Greenwood, Mullen.