Date:Friday February 19 2010
Leeds United could welcome back central defender Patrick Kisnorbo for the crucial League One clash with Brighton on Saturday.
The Australian international has missed the last six games with an Achilles injury but returned to training on Thursday.
Boss Simon Grayson might choose not to rush back the influential defender and risk further injury.
Tresor Kandol and Ben Parker also returned to training on the same day, both are unlikely to be involved.
Leading goalscorer returned in the midweek defeat by Walsall after a hamstring injury and suffered no reaction.
Leeds have no fresh injury worries from the midweek game.
Striker Nicky Forster has been added to the squad after missing the last three games.
He could replace Liam Dickinson who joined Peterborough on loan earlier in the week.
Albion will definitely be without Colin Hawkins after having an operation on his heel recently.
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