LUFC Nottingham Forest v Leeds Team News
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson welcomes defender Darren O`Dea back to the squad for the trip to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
O`Dea missed the defeat to Barnsley on Saturday through suspension and Grayson must decide whether to stick with Tom Lees and Patrick Kisnorbo in the centre of defence or bring O`Dea back into the side.
Danny Pugh may start after returning from injury at the weekend on the substitutes bench.
Leeds are still without Andy Lonergan, Davide Somma, Mika Vayrynen and Ben Parker through injury.
Forest boss Steve Cotterill could make changes for Nottingham Forest with Andy Reid, Paul Anderson, Radoslaw Majewski and David McGoldrick all pushing for a places in the starting eleven.
Dexter Blackstock scored in this game for Forest last season and he is hoping for a return after overcoming a knee injury.
George Boateng is still missing through injury.
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