please log in to view this image Leeds Utd v Bristol City Saturday 15th February 2020 15.00 | Elland Road Bristol City are the visitors to Elland Road on Saturday as Leeds look to try and put some distance between themselves in 2nd place, and the chasing pack. The Whites currently occupy the second automatic promotion place, ahead of Fulham on a goal difference of just three. Should Leeds falter, any of the next 5 play off hopefuls (Bristol City included) could theoretically overtake Leeds for the first time since October (although Preston would need to overturn a seven goal goal difference and the Robins would need to beat Leeds by eight). Leeds will be without Adam Forshaw for the rest of the season. The 28yo has travelled to the States to have an operation on his hip. Tyler Roberts remains on the treatment table too. Leeds will be relieved to have Kalvin Phillips back at the heart of their midfield. The 24yo was inspirational for the Whites midweek at Griffin Park following his 3 match suspension. You never know, maybe the rest did him good? Bielsa has two tough decisions to be made at both ends of the pitch. Casilla has been out of form since mid December, and after his unforgivable error against the Bees midweek, will the Argentine hand French U20 International Meslier his league debut? Bamford has also received a lot of slack for not putting away opportunities though to be fair playing as a lone striker without any aerial support, and having to do his fair share of tracking back, I can see he has a thank less task! Should Bielsa partner Bamford and Augustin together up front? It would be a rare change of tactic (last changed in 1985) which would ultimately give both forwards more space in the box?