It's fair to say that Leeds currently can't buy a win. The Whites are now winless in three and have lost six of their last eight games.
Whatever is preventing the team from collecting three points; rather it be form, confidence or tactics something needs to change.
Leeds go into this weekend facing a very talented Brentford side that always seem to cause the club problems away at Griffin Park.
Many fans have called for a formation change along with a personnel swap and here at WALL we've come up with a possible change.
As you can see Leeds have a squad that is more than capable of playing a 3-4-2-1 formation and that team is full of attacking threats along with players who you can (hopefully) trust at the back.
Stuart Dallas has been effectively utilised as a left full back recently but we think he'd be perfect for the wingback position that would still allow him to create opportunities.
The use of a Saiz/Hernandez attacking midfield duo could be key to creating enough space in front of the defence to carve out an abundance of chances, along with the constant threat of their accuracy out of the box.
Then you have a midfield engine room of Phillips and Vieira. The young pair have come on leaps and bounds already from last season and this can continue if they are given the opportunity to play off each other.
Finally you have Kemar Roofe, the player that Leeds should be using as a striker and quit wasting everyone's time. Roofe has shown he's deadly in front of goal and with have Saiz and Hernandez behind him will surely create enough chances for the quick thinking attacker.
What's your opinion? Could this team beat Brentford and change Leeds' fortune? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham