Here are this morning's latest Leeds United headlines on Monday, May 15.
Sean Dyche details Dominic Calvert-Lewin injury fear
Leeds United relegation rivals Everton will be sweating on the availability of key striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin for the final two matches in the battle to beat the drop.
The Toffees suffered a 3-0 defeat at home to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon, meaning they sit 17th in the table, just one place and one point ahead of Leeds with two games left to play.
Everton boss Sean Dyche took off influential striker Calvert-Lewin at half-time against Pep Guardiola's treble-chasers and confirmed after the match that the forward has a groin issue.
"Dom got a tight groin and quite obviously I can't take a risk on that so we had to change that at half-time," Dyche said. "Hopefully that will settle down quickly.
"We're hoping it's a precaution. He felt his groin but nothing too drastic so I said, 'Right, that's it', because of his record.
"He was touch and go whether he wanted to carry on but I said I had to make a call on that and took it out of his hands, so hopefully that's going to be effective over the next few days and he's ready to go again."
Calvert-Lewin has started each of Everton's last five games, in which they have picked up five points and moved ahead of the drop zone by the slimmest of margins. The Toffees' final two fixtures see them visit Wolves and then host Bournemouth.
The key dates in the relegation run-in
Leeds United know their survival fate remains out of their hands with just two matches remaining in their season. Sam Allardyce's side ended a six-match losing run with a 2-2 draw against Newcastle United on Saturday lunchtime.
Luke Ayling gave the hosts the perfect start, but the contest turned shortly after Patrick Bamford saw a first-half penalty saved by Nick Pope. Callum Wilson equalised moments later from the spot, before firing the visitors ahead after a VAR review led to Junior Firpo being penalised for a handball inside the box.
The Whites salvaged a point through a late deflected strike from Rasmus Kristensen, but still find themselves adrift of safety with just two matches remaining. Here, we take a look at the remaining fixtures in the battle to avoid joining already relegated Southampton in the Championship, with five key dates ahead.
Leeds United condemn Patrick Bamford abuse
Leeds United have condemned 'completely unacceptable online abuse' directed against Patrick Bamford in the aftermath of the draw with Newcastle United. The striker saw a first-half penalty saved in the 2-2 draw with the Magpies, with the result leaving the Whites a point adrift of safety.
The incident-packed clash at Elland Road was initially overshadowed by a supporter's ugly confrontation with Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe in the dugout. The fan has been subsequently charged following his arrest, with the club issuing a lifetime ban as a result.
Now, the Whites have been moved to address abuse directed against Bamford, insisting the 'time for this behaviour to stop is now'. A statement released on Sunday afternoon stressed those guilty of targeting the number nine online are 'not welcome' at Elland Road.
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