LUFC Man United v Leeds Team News
Leeds United go into the clash at Manchester United on Sunday with no fresh injury worries after the win at Stockport County on Bank Holiday Monday but a number of players missing due to suspension and loan agreements.
Leigh Bromby picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against Stockport and will serve a one match ban.
Simon Grayson will also have to do without Max Gradel who cannot play due to the terms of his loan agreement with his parent club Leicester City.
Fellow loan players Sam Vokes and Hogan Ephraim have returned to their parent clubs this week.
Loan defender Tony Capaldi is available as he is due to return to his parent club Cardiff City on the Monday. Capaldi was given permission to play by Cardiff and as already played for Leeds in the second round against Kettering Town.
Ben Parker (hip) and Shane Higgs (thigh) are still missing through long term injuries.
Manchester United could welcome back Gary Neville (groin) and Paul Scholes (hip) to the side after injury.
Former Leeds United defender Rio Ferdinand will not get the chance to line up against his former side as he is still sidelined.
Also sidelined through injury are John O`Shea, Jonny Evans, Nani and Owen Hargreaves.
Edwin Van Der Sar is missing as he is currently on compassionate leave.
With a Carling Cup semi final clash against Manchester City in midweek it will be interesting to see what side Alex Ferguson goes with.
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