LUFC O'Dea to miss next two games
Leeds United defender Darren O`Dea will miss the next two games after picking up his tenth yellow card of the season in the 1-0 win at Millwall.
O`Dea was involved in an altercation with former Leeds teammate Andy Keogh just before half time that saw the pair go into referee Lee Probert`s notebook.
The Republic of Ireland international will now miss the home game with Watford and the trip to inform Reading.
O`Dea is the only Leeds player this season to serve a suspension under the totting up procedure. He served a one-match suspension earlier in the season after picking up five yellow cards before the New Year.
Any player picking up ten yellow cards up to and including April 8th will serve an automatic two-match suspension.
Robert Snodgrass and Adam Clayton both currently have eight yellow cards apiece and would need to pick up yellow cards in the games with Watford and Reading to face a suspension.
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