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Leeds United v Bolton Wanderers: Lineups and Discussion

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Bolton are coming off two straight wins and two straight clean sheets. But both of those were at the Reebok. Can they continue this run of form at Elland Road?

Just wingin' it...
Just wingin' it...
Michael Steele

Dougie Freedman is sticking with what works against Leeds United. A 4-4-2 formation with a very narrow midfield has led to consecutive wins at home, not to mention two straight clean sheets.  So the manager is taking the show on the road.  What do you think?  Is 4-4-2 away from the Reebok a good idea?

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Leeds United v. Bolton Wanderers
Location: Elland Road, Leeds
Date: March 8, 2014

Time: 7am PST, 10am EST, 3pm GMT

Records (W-D-L, +/-, Points, Place):

Home: 12-8-12, +4, 44, 12th

Form: D-D-L-W-W-D

Away: 8-12-13, -8, 36, 18th

Form: W-W-D-L-D-L

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GK: Jack Butland
GK: Adam Bogdan
D: Stephen Warnock D: Alex Baptiste
D: Scott Wootton
D: David Wheater
D: Tom Lees D: Zat Knight
D: Lee Peltier D: Tim Ream
M: Luke Murphy M: Neil Danns
M: Rodolph Austin M: Jay Spearing
M: Cameron Stewart M: Medo Kamara
M: Jimmy Kebe M: Mark Davies
F: Connor Wickham F: Joe Mason
F: Ross McCormack F: Lukas Jutkiewicz

Leeds United substitutes: Matt Smith, Noel Hunt, Alex Mowatt, Michael Brown, Byram Zaliukas, Alex Cairns

Bolton Wanderers substitutes: Andy Lonergan, Alan Hutton, Rob Hall, Chris Eagles, Chung-Yong Lee, Andre Moritz, Liam Trotter