Michael Brown believes Leeds United will be considering risking Liam Cooper against Wolves on Monday night.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Spurs and Sheffield United midfielder delivered his verdict after Marcelo Bielsa confirmed his captain is a doubt for the game.
Cooper picked up a groin injury while on international duty and returned to Thorp Arch early to be assessed.
Fellow centre-back Diego Llorente is out of the game and is facing three weeks on the sidelines also with a groin problem.
If Cooper is out, Bielsa will likely start Pascal Struijk and Robin Koch at the heart of the defence who conceded four goals to champions Liverpool on the opening day.
Cooper, 29, has started their last three games in which they are undefeated and have picked up seven points from a possible nine.