Date:Friday November 19 2010
Simon Grayson can pick from strength as his side try and make it five games unbeaten when they travel to Norwich City on Saturday.
A number of players came through a reserve fixture unscathed on Tuesday night with Sanchez Watt, Billy Paynter and Ross McCormack who scored a hat trick in the game all pushing for a start on Saturday.
Richard Naylor made his return and Ben Parker continued his return to fitness but have both been ruled out of Saturday`s clash by Grayson.
Luciano Becchio is likely to return to the starting line up in place of Davide Somma after coming off the bench last Saturday to score a hat trick against Bristol City.
Amdy Faye missed last weekends win with a hamstring injury, Grayson will have to decide whether to stick with Bradley Johnson, who he placed on the transfer list this week or bring Faye back into the side.
Shane Higgs is likely to return to the bench after returning to full fitness and Jason Brown returning to Blackburn Rovers at the end of his loan spell.
Patrick Kisnorbo is Leeds only long term injured as he still recovers from the Achilles injury that`s ruled him out since March.
Norwich are boosted by the news earlier this week that Grant Holt will not serve a suspension after receiving a red card at Reading last Saturday.
The Canaries appealed the decision and the FA rescinded the original decision.
Norwich will be without Zak Whitbread, Stephen Hughes, Michael Nelson, Stephen Smith, Andrew Surman, Adam Drury, Matthew Gill and Korey Smith through injury.
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Date:Friday November 19 2010
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