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LUFC - Today's team's Leeds v Scunthorpe

Leeds entertain Scunthorpe United today in a crucial six pointer at the top half of the table.

Leeds make two changes from the side that beat Cheltenham last Saturday, in comes Neil Kilkenny in midfield with Jonathan Douglas moving to right back in place of the injured Andy Hughes.
Jermaine Beckford comes straight back into the team after his three match ban and he replaces Lucciano Becchio who serves a one match ban.


Teams

Leeds United
Ankergren, Douglas, Marques, Naylor, Parker, Robinson, Delph, Howson, Kilkenny, Beckford, Snodgrass

Substitutes
Lucas, Michalik, Grella, Johnson, Trundle

Scunthorpe United
Murphy, Wright, Pearce, Mills, Crosby, Sparrow, Togwell, McCann, Woolford, Odejayi, Hooper

Substitutes
Lillis, Thompson, Hayes, Wright, Landsbury

Referee: I. Williamson

Kick off 3pm



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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 28 2009

Time: 2:36PM

Your Comments

Disappointed not to see Grella in the starting line up.
dazza71
Disappointed not to see Grella in the starting line up.
dazza71
dissapointed not to see Grella getting a chance!Gryason obviously felt he couldnt trust him in such a close game....
Gromjo
dissapointed not to see Grella getting a chance!Gryason obviously felt he couldnt trust him in such a close game....
Gromjo
a hard slog yesterday , but a good win for you , well done
Kimbo
a hard slog yesterday , but a good win for you , well done
Kimbo
 

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