Leeds United will be preparing for their home encounter against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
The Whites will look to keep the pressure on Norwich City at the top of the Championship with a win in front of an Elland Road crowd.
And, according to the club’s official Twitter account, it appears that Marcelo Bielsa could have been handed a huge boost ahead of the game.
The Argentine has revealed that both Izzy Brown and Patrick Bamford are available and could be in contention for Saturday’s match.
| Marcelo: “Ayling will be back this month, Berardi and Cooper will be at the end of January or beginning of February. Pearce and Dallas will also be back in the following weeks. Bamford and Brown are available now.”
— Leeds United (@LUFC) December 6, 2018
Brown has not played a senior football match since last January, however, he has been working hard to recover from the serious knee injury he suffered whilst on loan at Brighton and Hove Albion.
Bamford was also hit with a knee injury, however, he has made a return ahead of schedule and will look to kick-on with his Leeds career.
Having both Bamford and Brown available will be a huge boost to Leeds and their promotion hopes this season.
Their returns will come at a timely moment for Bielsa and his side as the injuries have started to mount, leaving them looking a little threadbare in certain areas.
Both players will want to have an impact on the second half of Leeds’ campaign and could have a chance to make an impression in the match against QPR on Saturday.
Leeds fans – thoughts?