Date:Monday November 8 2010
Leeds United are boosted by the return of number one goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel for the home game with Hull City.
Schmeichel missed the weekend win over Coventry City after becoming a father for the first time at the end of last week.
Jason Brown stepped in for Schmeichel at the weekend but is expected to drop back down to the bench.
Simon Grayson will wait on the fitness of Max Gradel and Amdy Faye who were both substituted at the weekend after picking up knocks.
Patrick Kisnorbo (Achilles), Richard Naylor (knee) and Sanchez Watt (hamstring) are all out injured whilst Shane Higgs and Ben Parker will not feature as they continue their return to fitness when they play in a behind closed doors friendly against Liverpool earlier in the day.
Hull City boss Nigel Pearson has no fresh injury worries after the weekend defeat to Scunthorpe United.
Nicky Barmby will be hoping for a recall against one of his former sides after only starting on the bench on Saturday.
Still out are Jimmy Bullard (knee), Robert Koren (hamstring), Caleb Folan (leg) and Paul McShane (thigh).
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Date:Monday November 8 2010
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