Date:Friday August 27 2010
Leeds United will welcome new signing Ross McCormack to the squad for Saturday`s Championship trip to Watford.
The striker signed in time on Friday to be eligible for the game.
Leeds boss Simon Grayson is also likely to recall Kasper Schmeichel, Sanchez Watt, Lloyd Sam and Richard Naylor who all sat out the midweek Carling Cup defeat against Leicester City.
Grayson has a selection headache as Max Gradel and Davide Somma both started their first games of the season after suspension and impressed despite the defeat.
Still out are long term injured Patrick Kisnorbo, Billy Paynter and Robert Snodgrass.
Ben Parker, who as been blighted by injury for the last twelve months as returned to training after recovering from the Achilles injury that ruled him out towards the end of last season.
It`s unlikely though that the defender will take any part in the game as he is still a long way short of match fitness.
Watford may have to do without leading goalscorer David Graham after he picked up a groin injury in the closing stages of the midweek Carling Cup defeat by Notts County.
Goalkeeper Scott Loach is likely to return after he was rested in midweek.
Watford will also welcome back loan players Jordan Mutch and Josh Walker as they were both ineligible in midweek.
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Date:Friday August 27 2010
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