LUFC Watford v Leeds United Team News
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson will be without captain Jonny Howson for the trip to Watford on Saturday.
The midfielder was forced off with a knee injury in last weekend`s win over Millwall and he is waiting to see a specialist to find out the extent of the injury.
Fellow midfielder Michael Brown is also a major doubt with an ankle injury, also sustained in the win over Millwall.
Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan is fit again after recovering from a broken finger.
Lonergan is not expected to feature, with on loan Alex McCarthy expected to play his last game for the club before returning to Reading.
Still out are Mika Vayrynen and Davide Somma remain on the sidelines through injury.
Lloyd Doyley is close to a return for Watford after overcoming a thigh strain.
Martin Taylor and Stephen McGinn remain on the sidelines.
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