Andy Lonergan is in line for his second Leeds debut against Burnley on Tuesday night, over five years since his last appearance for the Yorkshire giants.
The 33-year-old returned to Elland Road during the summer on a free transfer, having spent time at Wolves in the previous campaign, yet he has been unable to displace summer signing Felix Wiedwald from Christiansen’s starting eleven.
Yet, Lonergan is likely to deputise between the sticks at Turf Moor tomorrow, and he will have to be at his best in terms of both shot-stopping and penalty box presence to thwart former striker Wood, who is seeking his third goal since joining the Clarets last month.
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