Leeds begin life back in the Championship this weekend against Cardiff City, live and exclusive on talkSPORT.
The Whites are bidding for an instant return to the Premier League after their three-season stint of top-flight football came to an end.
Leeds won just two of their final 15 games last term to confirm their relegation with even Sam Allardyce failing to save them at the death.
Daniel Farke has since come in to steady the ship and has experience in the second division after leading Norwich to the 2020/21 title.
But Cardiff are sure to represent a stern first test, having convinced Aaron Ramsey to make a return to his boyhood club for the season.
Leeds vs Cardiff: Date and how to follow
This Championship fixture is set for Sunday, August 6.
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Kick-off at Elland Road is scheduled for 2:30pm.
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Leeds vs Cardiff: Team news
Leeds XI:Meslier, Ayling, Struijk, Cooper, Hjelde; Ampadu, Gray; Summerville, Sinisterra, James; Gnonto.
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Subs: Darlow, Cresswell, Perkins, Shackleton, Gyabi, Byram, Bate, Poveda, Gelhardt.
Cardiff City XI: Alnwick; Ng, Goutas, McGuinness, O’Dowda; Wintle, Ralls; Bowler, Ramsey, Grant; Ugbo.
Subs: Luthra, Romeo, Etete, Collins, Adams, Meite, Simpson, Rinomhota, Robinson.
Leeds vs Cardiff: What has been said?
Farke has dropped a hint that Archie Gray could make his senior debut for Leeds in the Championship opener.
“We will see,” he said. “I’m not willing to praise young lads too early because this is what many people do and then they forget about them, to let them play and also to develop them. I know I’ve got a reputation to bring many young players through.
“I like to work with young players. I’m never scared, once they are ready, to play them and this is always my philosophy. I’m not about age.
“If the 17 or 18-year-old guy is ready, he plays, it’s as simple as that, but if you want to be ambitious, you need also a proper core group of players. Also with Archie, I’m pleased with him so far.”
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