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LUFC - Leeds v Yeovil team news

Team news ahead of Tuesday`s League One clash at Elland Road between Leeds United and Yeovil Town.

Leeds


Still out are long term injured Paul Huntington and Frazer Richardson.
Andy Hughes is getting very close to a first team recall and with Leeds short at right back may be rushed back.

Bradley Johnson returns after missing the weekend trip to Bristol Rovers through suspension.

Neil Kilkenny suffered a head wound that required stitches at the weekend and he`s doubtful for the clash.
Fellow midfielder Andy Robinson is still out with a hamstring injury.
Lee Trundle who has been on the bench in recent weeks returns to his parent club Bristol City after two month`s on loan unless Leeds wish to extend it further.

Yeovil

Player manager Terry Skiverton is still struggling with a foot injury and is unlikely to figure.

Yeovil are hopeful that Lee Peltier (ankle) Craig Alcock (ankle), and Nathan Smith (knee) who all missed the weekend draw with Carlisle will be back for this clash.
Gary Roberts will be hoping to keep his place after replacing Peltier in Saturday`s draw and scoring the Glovers goal.



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Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 8:57PM

 

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