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LUFC Grayson to pick from strength

Leeds United boss Simon Grayson goes into the final game of the season with no frsh injury worries against Bristol Rovers at Elland Road.

Grayson does have a few selection dilemmas though, leading goalscorer Jermaine Beckford is pushing for a place in the starting eleven after starting the last three games on the bench.

Sanchez Watt was on the bench at Charlton and will also be pushing for a place in the starting line up.

Speaking on the official website, Grayson said, 'We'll consider all our options and, as I always say, we will put a team out that we believe can do the job we want to do.'

Leeds will definitely be without defenders Patrick Kisnorbo, Jason Crowe, Ben Parker and Aidy White, all through injury.

Bristol Rovers welcome back top scorer Joe Kuffour after he missed last weekends game with a rib injury.

Danny Coles is also available again after serving a one-match suspension.

Dominic Blizzard faces a late fitness test as he struggles to overcome a hamstring injury.


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Date:Friday May 7 2010

Time: 2:28PM

 

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