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Floyd Ayite To Start – Predicted 4-3-3 Fulham Lineup For The Game At Leeds

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Predicted Fulham Lineup To Face Leeds United In EFL Championship

This is an intriguing match-up between two teams with ambition, yet two who also have a general air of units who may be disappointing.

Fulham have started the season with two draws and neither of them surprising; relinquishing a lead on home turf against Norwich before battling hard with ten men for a fine 1-1 draw at Reading. It’s hard to say what sort of Fulham will turn up here, but one thing we do know is that they’ll be without influential defender Tomas Kalas after his sending off.

The rest of their 4-3-3 should be pretty familiar though and may well feature the following people:

Formation: 4-3-3

Manager: Slavisa Jokanovic

GK – David Button

The stopper was described as ‘brave’ the other day in the face of an onslaught from Reading and will be given another start here.

RB – Ryan Fredericks

Another good marauding display is expected from the right-back at Elland Road, playing a full part in Fulham’s attacking play.

CB – Denis Odoi

Brought in to alleviate the situation after Kalas’ sending off the other day, he may be given the chance to start in the centre, given how well the rest of that game went.

Tim Ream

CB – Tim Ream

The experienced American will be very important here and will ensure discipline is maintained at the back.

LB – Ryan Sessegnon

The superb young England hopeful will eventually need a rest in what is a coming of age season but for now, his presence is needed.

RM – Oliver Norwood

Has fitted in well so far and will be given the chance to carry on in the midfield.

CM – Kevin McDonald

The underrated Scot is solid and reliable and will be needed once again to help win a crucial midfield battle.

Sone Aluko

LM – Stefan Johansen

The former Celtic man is top of the tree in this division and will no doubt get into double figures goals-wise, before the season is out.

RW – Sone Aluko

Still with ambitions to be a Premier League player, Aluko is quality but will need to keep showing it in order to prove his point.

LW – Lucas Piazon

The weekend’s goal hero may be given the chance to start in the attack this time and could cause mayhem at Elland Road.

ST – Floyd Ayite

Fulham have still not ultimately solved their number nine problem but for now, Ayite may be given another go in the position, relying on good support though from Aluko and Piazon.