LUFC Leeds v Cardiff Team News
Leeds United entertain high flying Cardiff City tonight hoping to bounce back from the disappointment of last Tuesday`s result and performance.
Boss Simon Grayson has promised to shuffle the pack following the performance against Leicester.
Club Captain Richard Naylor is once again under pressure to keep his place after another below par performance.
George McCartney is expected to play his last game for Leeds, his loan spell with the club finishes after tonight`s game.
Ross McCormack is hoping to shake off a knock in time to be involved against his former club.
Leeds will once again be without goalkeepers Shane Higgs and Kasper Schmeichel as the recover from injury, Jason Brown is once again expected to be in goal.
Ben Parker and Billy Paynter are both close to a return after playing 90 minutes in a friendly last week but are not expected to be risked.
Cardiff are hoping that strikers Craig Bellamy and Jay Bothroyd will be fit enough to play. Bellamy as only just returned from injury and Bothroyd suffered a foot injury at Coventry last time out.
Former Leeds midfielder Stephen McPhail will be hoping for a recall to the side after a knee injury.
Chris Riggott, Paul Quinn and Danny Drinkwater are all missing through injury.
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