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Leeds set for major injury boost, midfielder to return

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Written by Brigit Adongo

Since Gerrard’s arrival, Aston Villa have become a formidable opponent that almost everyone can’t beat. Set to go against them in the Premier League next Wednesday, the Whites must be in perfect shape, and Bielsa’s side can finally sigh in relief as midfielder Adam Forshaw is reportedly back from injury.

The Yorkshire Evening Post, on their website, revealed that the 30-year old will be fit for Villa Park after being out for a full month.

With many of his injured men back in training, Marcelo has great choices to help pick up the pace in the coming games and avoid a possible relegation battle towards the end of the season.

Thanks to their faulty midfield, the Whites struggled to keep up and dropped all three points against 18th placed Newcastle in their last EPL game, so they’ll be seeking redemption when they go against Gerrard’s inform side next week.

The Liverpool-born Leeds No.4’s performance has been great this season, and he will play a huge part in strengthening his side’s midfield.

According to the Leeds social media team, they are relieved that the Englishman is back, and are certain he will make an immediate impact. “…he should be back…much to our relief…will instantly solve a couple of issues,” read their feed.

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