LUFC - Leeds v Swindon team news
Leeds entertain Swindon on Saturday hoping to cement their place firmly in the play off places.
New loan signing Liam Dickinson goes straight into the squad and will be hoping for at least a place on the bench with Lee Trundle leaving in midweek and going back to Bristol City.
Andy Hughes could return in the right back position after injury although Jonathan Douglas has done a good job whilst Hughes and regular right back Frazer Richardson have been injured.
Richardson is close to return to training along with midfielder Andy Robinson (hamstring)
Swindon are likely to stick with the same squad that lost at Colchester in midweek, defender Jack Smith will be hoping to earn a recall after recovering from a hamstring injury.
Lee Peacock is definitely out has he needs an operation on his back problem.
Also definitely out are Craig Easton (calf), Yinka Casal (knee), Jon-Paul McGovern`s (leg) and Patrick Kanyuka (groin)
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