Leeds United will be looking for back-to-back league victories for the first time in 10 months against Hull City tomorrow.

The Whites defeated Millwall 3-0 at the Den on Sunday but face a quick turnaround this week as they face another difficult away match at the MKM Stadium.

Given the time between matches, Daniel Farke will undoubtedly be pondering changes on Wednesday night in order to keep his side fresh.

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Farke has a strong squad at his disposal and those who came off the bench at Millwall be hoping they have done enough to earn a start against Hull.

So, with that in mind, here is a look at three selection dilemmas facing Farke.

Sam Byram vs Jamie Shackleton

Despite Shackleton’s strong performance against Sheffield Wednesday, Byram was brought straight back into the starting XI against Millwall following his injury.

Byram was excellent at the Den but given his track record with injuries in recent years it is important he is managed sensibly with another big game on Saturday against Watford.

It is not certain that Byram’s body will be able to cope with the demands of three matches in six days and so Shackleton could get another chance here.

Archie Gray vs Glen Kamara

Similarly to Byram, it is important that Farke manages Gray’s minutes carefully as he started his eighth match of the season at Millwall.

Again, Gray was extremely impressive at the weekend but Farke has already acknowledged the 17-year-old will not be able to play every game.

As such, this is exactly the sort of situation both Kamara and Ilia Gruev were bought for, and the former could get the nod at Hull.

Jaidon Anthony vs Crysencio Summerville

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Summerville is another player who could do with his minutes managing and given Leeds‘ depth in the wide positions, some rotation may not be a bad thing.

Anthony looked impressive in his debut from the bench in South London and will be pushing for his first start at Hull.

Should he be given the nod, Wilfried Gnonto could then in turn be moved to the right in order to allow Anthony to play in his strongest position.

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