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Championship 2013/14: Players to watch (3)

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Defenders

Sam Bryam has been heavily linked to a Premier League move this summer but if he does choose to stay at Elland Road the versatile 19-year-old, who can play on the wing or in the centre of midfield, will give Leeds are good chance of promotion. 

Another side looking for promotion Leicester City will need Wes Morgan to be on top form. He has plenty of Championship experience and will be important for them.

Sheffield Wednesday will need Miguel Llera to be on form if they are to remain in the Championship this season. The 33-year-old recently signed a contract extension and standing at 6ft 4in will be tough to get past.

Wayne Bridge, Richard Dunne and Ian Harte, all experienced defenderd should all show their class next season. Harte will be hoping to keep Bournemouth above the relegation zone after the Cherries League One promotion last year.

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