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01-10-2020 | 20:01 Football

Marcelo Bielsa on how Pablo Hernandez and Jack Harrison's absences will be felt against Manchester City

Marcelo Bielsa has confirmed that Leeds United have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday's Premier League game against Manchester City. The Whites will be without Pablo Hernandez, who is currently sidelined as he is still recovering from a groin problem, and Jack Harrison, who is ineligible to face his parent club. "Pablo is a very important player for our offensive game," Bielsa said during a press conference. "More than his experience, he brings a lot of creativity. Not having him means we will be less creative." "When a player comes out of the XI and another player comes in and you have to mix a lot of common places. Harrison is very important, but he's not going to play," Bielsa continued. "Alioski is able to do as well or better than Harrison. Then after there is the game where you have to show." source - leeds-live.co.uk Join us on Telegram

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