Predicted lineup for Leeds United against. Hull City: Crysencio Summerville will be benched

When Leeds United plays Hull City at the MKM Stadium, Daniel Farke won’t want to derail the momentum they’ve built up since their victory over Millwall.

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The Whites have yet to win at home this season, but they have been dominant away from their stadium and will be much more upbeat after the 3-0 triumph on Sunday.

On Wednesday, September 20, Hull, which is now in the play-off positions, will try to gain an advantage over the other competitors for promotion.

Starting on the right, Crysenscio Summerville struggled to be as productive for Millwall as Farke would have liked.

When Dan James replaced him in the second half, he simply dazzled. He completed every single pass he attempted and even played two crucial passes, one of which was an assist.

There is a strong argument for him starting over Summerville, who was valued at £15 million this summer, despite the fact that he missed the last four games due to injury. He looked at his finest in the capital.

The other change may be something that Farke needs to make as young Archie Gray has had way too much playing time this season.

Any 17-year-old’s physique will surely feel the strain of going from someone who wouldn’t even make matchday squads to a regular starter.

Glen Kamara, a summer acquisition, might replace him because he has played in more games than Ilia Gruev and is more acquainted to the system.

Sam Byram is likely to keep his spot in the starting eleven because Junior Firpo is still injured and because he performed well after returning from injury.

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