Leeds United hit with three major injury problems before Millwall

Leeds United hit with three major injury problems before Millwall

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Millwall vs Leeds United

It’s been a superb start to the season for Leeds United.

After six rounds of the Championship season, Leeds are top of the league with 14 points.

Boro are level at the top of the league with Leeds.

On Saturday Marcelo Bielsa’s side head to London to take on Millwall.

Millwall are 16th in the division with five points from their opening six fixtures.

Leeds United hit with three major injury problems

In the build-up to the Millwall game, Leeds have been hit with three long term injury problems.

Starting with Leeds’ attack, striker Patrick Bamford has suffered a bad knee injury.

Bamford picked up his injury playing for Leeeds U23 against Bristol City last Friday.

It’s now been confirmed that Bamford is likely to be sidelined for four months.

It’s also been revealed that Gaetano Berardi and Pablo Hernandez are now on the treatment table at Elland Road too.

Berardi sustained a knock in in the 0-0 draw at Middlesbrough before the international break. Now nursing a knee injury, Berardi is a major doubt for the Millwall match too.

Finally, Pablo Hernandez is also set to miss the Millwall match. Pablo Hernandez missed the previous match with Boro. While TEAMtalk have announce that a muscular injury will keep Hernandez out for around five weeks.

Also see: 11 injury headaches revealed before Tottenham face Liverpool.

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September 13, 2018 at 03:35AM

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