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Leeds United boss Simon Grayson looks set to stick with the side that beat Tranmere Rovers in midweek for the weekend clash at Southampton.

Leeds suffered no fresh injuries in the game and can pick from an almost fully fit squad.

Shane Lowry whose loan was due to expire after Saturday`s game has returned to his parent club with a knee injury.

Mike Grella is still sidelined with the hamstring injury that he suffered in training last week and is set to be on the sidelines for another one to two weeks.

Good news for Grayson is the return to training of both Shane Higgs and Ben Parker, who are both expected to play for the reserves next week.


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 11 2010

Time: 8:18PM

Your Comments

Southampton are on a good run - this could go either way!
merlin
Would strengthen the lefty hand side and play Johnson behind White and put McSheffrey on the bench
Tiny T
I'm more concerned that he contemplates dropping White to the bench in favour of Johnson. Would probably prefer to see Bromby alongside Kisnorbo.
dazza71
Don't disagree with dropping Naylor whose not up to it at the moment
Tiny T
Would defo prefer to see Bromby partner Kisnorbo at the back.
AndyCapsXI
If Naylor is fit he will play him, he always does. I hope Larry doesnt go cautious and play Hughes at LB and Bromby at RB as I think Bromby would get run ragged at RB in this one. We need to keep Whites pace.
erni
Good luck after this weekend guys. We may have our superstar back this week. David Connolly is fit again.
VSrednwhite
Our two widemen often switch and are beginning to gel nicely. Our team has goals in it like yours so this could be one of those games that the lucky ones never forget.
stellarnw
3-4?
benlufc
David Connolly and Paul Dickov on the same pitch, do they have room for two zimmer frames?
dazza71
 

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