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Kilgallon Battles On

Matthew Kilgallon is expected to retain his place at the heart of the Leeds defence for the big promotion clash with Crystal Palace.

The 22-year-old made his first appearance at Coventry since damaging knee ligaments against Wigan in January, deputising for Sean Gregan.

Gregan sits out the last of his two-game ban after receiving his 10th booking of the season the previous week against Norwich.

Striker David Healy did his chances of a return to the starting line-up no harm with the equalising penalty, with manager Kevin Blackwell to choose between the Northern Ireland international, Robbie Blake and Rob Hulse.

Blackwell has no new injury or suspension problems, but Richard Cresswell (knee) and Frazer Richardson (hamstring) remain sidelined.







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Date:Monday March 20 2006

Time: 6:59PM

Your Comments

Killa was rusty at Coventry but thaht appeared to be lack of match fitness and he appears to be over the injury?
sunshine whites
Interesting game for you....have noticed recent scorelines have been very tight with no nils, but all 1's and 2's. 2-1 perhaps ?
pompeygray
Your youngsters looked shell shocked against Palace I think lack of experience will tell.
BigYid
 

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