The Lowdown: Gnonto’s absence
Gelhardt came off the bench late on in the 1-0 defeat, with Leeds somehow coming away from Elland Road empty-handed.
The Whites are now preparing for a trip to the King Power Stadium this evening, and it looks as if both exciting young attackers will make the 20-man squad.
The Latest: Pope’s post
Pope was present at Marsch’s pre-match press conference at Thorp Arch on Wednesday.
He relayed updates from the Leeds boss on Twitter, saying that Gnonto and Gelhardt will both be ‘involved’.
The Verdict: Good to see
Both Gelhardt and Gnonto appear to be future stars, so it’s exciting that the pair will both make the squad this evening.
You’d presume that they’ll get the nod for a place on the bench, and should Leeds’ struggles in the final third continue, they may be called upon earlier than usual.
Gnonto is still awaiting his first-team debut, so tonight could be the perfect time for Marsch to unleash the deadline-day signing as the Whites look for a first away win of the season.
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