Date:Friday March 26 2010
Leeds United are hoping to welcome back leading goalscorer Jermaine Beckford for the top of the table clash at Norwich on Saturday.
Beckford sat out Monday`s defeat to Millwall after picking up a slight hamstring strain. Leeds boss Simon Grayson speaking on the official website said, "He`s coming along nicely. He`ll be touch and go for Saturday."
Patrick Kisnorbo has been ruled out for the rest of the season after picking up an Achilles injury against Millwall, he`s expected to be replaced by new loan signing Neil Collins who joined from Preston on loan on Tuesday.
Leeds will also add to the squad Sanchez Watt who joined on loan from Arsenal on Thursday for the rest of the season.
Grayson may recall Shane Higgs in goal after the shot stopper returned to the squad for the first time since October when he was on the bench against Millwall.
Apart from Kisnorbo, Grayson has a fully fit squad to pick from.
Norwich boss Paul Lambert is expected to go with the same team that drew with Swindon Town last weekend.
Zak Whitbread is expected to be fit despite picking up a foot injury in the week.
Jens berthel Askou will be missing after picking up an injury playing for the reserves on Monday.
Luke Daley is still out as he struggles to overcome a thigh injury.
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