Date:Friday October 1 2010
Simon Grayson may once again make a number of changes after a disappointing defeat in midweek.
When Leeds suffered a heavy defeat at Barnsley a few weeks ago, Grayson made five changes to his side for their next fixture.
Grayson will be delighted to welcome back influential midfielder Robert Snodgrass after he served a one-match suspension in midweek.
Leeds captain Richard Naylor will be hoping for a recall to the side and play against the side where he spent fifteen years..
Amdy Faye and Ramon Nunez have still yet to make a start since arriving at Elland Road and will also be hoping to start.
Ross McCormack is once again doubtful after missing the midweek game through injury.
Leeds still have a number of players on the sidelines with Ben Parker, Patrick Kisnorbo, Paul Connolly, Federico Bessone, Leigh Bromby, Billy Paynter, Aiden White and Kasper Schmeichel missing.
Ipswich will be missing Luke Hyam and David Norris who are both suspended.
The Tractor boys could hand a first start to young Jake Livermore who is on loan from Tottenham Hotspur after he impressed on his debut from the bench in midweek.
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Date:Friday October 1 2010
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