Leeds should “look no further” than out of work ex Burnley boss Sean Dyche to replace Jesse Marsch.

That’s the view of ex-Leeds and England keeper Paul Robinson, ahead of their visit to Anfield.

Speaking on Betfred’s Football Show, Robinson says how Leeds perform against Liverpool could determine whether American Marsch is still at Elland Road on Monday.

Robinson said Wisconsin-born Marsch has been found to be “tactically short” in the Premier League  – and Anfield is the last place Leeds would want to go this weekend.

“Leeds’ performances have been poor this season … setting up too narrow,” said Robinson, who added: “I don’t think it’s been proven he is the right man for the job, and if he goes you look no further than Sean Dyche.”